Friday, May 16, 2008

Friday Funhouse

THE Friday Funhouse

Video of the Week

All right, these kids are punks, no doubt about it. But how many people have actually had this thought run through their head?

Things I Would Buy If I Could Afford Them

How about an awesome Meier & Frank Umpqua trade rod by Harnell.

This Henry Loftie gang spinner doesn't come to market very often.

This is a very interesting Moonlight Flashhead Wobbler.

Wm. Bingham Uncle Tom baits are hard to find, especially the boxes.

The classic Kent Frog is always very popular.

This Pflueger 3-hook underwater minnow in the box is a rare bird.

This Kent-Pardee minnow is going to be the belle of the ball. Watch this one closely...

This is a cool A&F Tom Cat 25 Old Pal spinning reel.

This JVH fly reel is proof that younger brother Julius could make a reel as good as his older vom Hofe sibling Ed.

CCBC 5-hook minnows like this do not show up every day.

Heddon River Runt Spooks in Goldfish Shore Minnow are very, very rare, but in No-Snag they are almost impossible to find.

The above bait would go nice with this Punkinseed.

The Greider Retreating Minnow is a very scarce bait, especially in the box.

A Paw Paw Bait Co. metal sign is going to bring a wheelbarrow full of cash to some lucky seller.

A K&K Animated Minnow is on the short list of all-time classic lures.

This Ed. vom Hofe 4/0 621 reel is one of the classic big water reels.

This Nichols Shrimp is referenced in my two-part article on Corpus Christi, Texas bait makers.

CCBC Gar Minnows are always very popular.

This image of the J.T. Buel factory was used on a variety of post cards.

That's all for this week. As always, be good to yourself, and others.

-- Dr. Todd

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