Recently voted the worst informational ever...I present to you...the FISH PEN.
Here's a great collection of Pennsylvania resident fishing licences.
This is a nifty J.B. Crook fly reel.
I have been watching Doug English lures like this go through the roof. Good for them. I like Texas tackle a lot.
This is a really neat 1915 Caille Bros. antique motor.
What's a great go-with for your Talbot reels? Why, a Talbot Reel Co. set of binoculars.
This is a rare Heddon Black Sucker in Musky, scarce even in this condition.
The Rolls Royce of Reels: The B.F. Meek & Sons #2 Reel.
Another Texas lure that's grown popular is the Nichols Shrimp.
Since its cold out I got a kick out of this is a great hand-forged eel spear.
My favorite rod this week is this nifty Pinky Gillum 10 foot model in its original tube.
Old fishing pictures are always a great collectible, and this photo of a woman in fishing gear is no exception.
This is a nice Ed. vom Hofe ca. 1883 fly reel.
What to go with your 1883 Ed. vom Hofe fly reel? How about a classic marked vom Hofe gaff hook.
Reason #712 to buy every tackle book when its available: The Fish Decoy Vol. I by the Kimballs.
Reason #713 to buy every tackle book when its available: The Fish Decoy Vol. II by the Kimballs.
That's it for this week. Have a safe and happy weekend, and be nice to each other and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd