Why don't the bass act like this whenever I'm fishing?
Here's a great T.S. Skilton boxed rangeley spinner. You don't see these very often at all.
Heddon "Swayback" Zaras are still popular with anglers, but I doubt this one will be fished with.
An Awesome Keeling in a box is not enough; how about two extra Keeling kickers to boot?
F.E. Thomas made some great fly rods, and this one is no exception.
McHarg metal lures are rare enough; McHarg fly rods like this Col. Mud model almost never come to market.
Another interesting eel spear...makes me miss the frozen north!
A pair of Moonlight Pikaroons would make a delightful addition.
A nice Heddon "OO" in the box makes this the Heddon of the Week.
This 4 Brothers Regal in the box has become the belle of the ball.
Creek Chub paper is always popular, like this 1918-1919 catalog.
This has got to be a record price for Little Cleos.
You don't see this color very often on a Heddon Spook.
Finally, the iconic antique fishing lure: The Chippewa.
That's it folks. Be nice to each other and yourself!
-- Dr. Todd