2 edition of Classic fishing lures and tackle found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141).Town Square books.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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We appreciate the use of their images and their help in the hobby in general.
Early Clunkers If we could be magically transported back to 1922, the year the Izaak Walton League was founded, we would barely recognize the way fishermen went about their pastime — especially their use Classic fishing lures and tackle lures.
With information on all the classic manufacturers, such as Heddon, Pflueger, Shakespeare, South Bend, and Orvis, this makes the perfect gift for yourself or the fishing enthusiast and collector on your list!
Reed enthusiastically told me about a new type of lure that he had created a soft plastic jerkbait that to me looked like an elongated chunk of lifeless plastic. I always like seeing these early slide top wooden boxes. Hardy Interchangeable Casting Minnow: Patented in 1904 by William Hardy.
The second was putting together a new tackle box. Even his dad fished with a telescoping metal rod, which, like others of the time, was a baitcaster. My main interests are antique fishing lures made between 1914 and 1938 by Fred C.
The diving lip fits neatly into the notched mouth and the tail section includes two pearl spinner blades. With nickel swivel, stainless steel split rings and 'seaguard' protected Eagleclaw hooks, our lures are almost indestructible. In fact, many of the lures I bought back in 1969 are still in my tackle box and still help me hook a fish or two.
Female fisherman will love this book just as much as fathers and grandfathers do. Less a dozen examples are known to still exist today. Whatever happens, we are not likely to return to Classic fishing lures and tackle days of the 1920s, when game animals were used to catch sport fish.
They have a nice weight and are easy to cast. Well this is one of the rarest of all Heddon boxes, one of only five known examples left in the world. Deadly Dick fishing lures have been in tackle boxes all over North America since 1949. Or are you more interested in taking up fishing as a hobby during retirement? The lures are wooden and very well made.
Dating to 1909 out of Morristown, New Jersey this early lure is one of the all-time early American classic baits.
Box is also extremely rare and also in Excellent condition.
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