Friday, February 15, 2008

Friday Funhouse

The Friday Funhouse

Video of the Week

We don't profile enough decoy makers around here, but this nice video of a Sturgeon Decoy Carver can start to fix that.

Things I Would Buy If I Could Afford Them

The Auction to Watch: This is the first known Holland Paper Minnow to come up for sale that I've ever heard of. Michigan collectors are going crazy about now.

Six hand-tied Japanese beetles in a cute little box turn $2 lures into $20 ones.

An Al Foss Pork Rind Jar is a neat addition to your pork collection.

A Pal-O-Mine in Pflueger's fabulous scramble finish

Your Heddon of the Week is this Dummy Double.

Reason #2348 to buy every reference book while its still available:
Dennis Roberts Mitchell Reference Guide.

This early Shakespeare Style C has attracted a lot of early interest.

Here is a tremendous Chapman Son & Co. fluted style spinner. Note the great green glass bead.

This Ocean City Fortescue--always a popular reel--becomes a mganet for bids when found in its box.

You don't see many Heddon lures in goldfish, but it is one of their prettiest colors.

I don't pretend to know much about creels, but this one has definitely attracted a lot of attention

Castaic Hard Baits have to be one of the most expensive contemporary lures around.

Another Pflueger 2600! Two in two weeks...

This Smithwick Top-N-Bottom was the company's first lure.

Have a great weekend and be nice to each other, and yourself.

-- Dr. Todd

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