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