Friday, May 23, 2008

Friday Funhouse

THE Friday Funhouse

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Things I Would Buy If I Could Afford Them

Four fly reels start of this week's eBay review. The first is a classic 1950 Seamaster.

A nice companion piece is this Bogdan #0 Fly Reel.

Coming from Britain is this awesome Hardy Perfect.

Finally we end with this Fin-Nor Wedding Cake #2. Not often that four fly reels of this quality come to market at the same time.

This great E.F. Payne Co. fly rod will bring some serious bidders, as it a late Jim Payne rod for Abercrombie & Fitch.

Got to love the Kent Frogs!

Here is a rare Vann Clay minnow that rarely comes to market.

This J.T. Buel T-patent model is a classic 19th century lure.

Marble's automatic gaffs always make for a nice display, especially next to a Norlund.

This White Shore Minnow 740 Punkinseed is a pretty, pretty lure.

This three-hook Pflueger Kingfisher trade minnow was sold by E.K. Tryon.

Speaking of Tryon, Jay Harvey was Tryon's highest end line of fly rods.

This Heddon River Runt Spook in Yellow Water Wave (Everready Color) is a classic plastic bait in one of the toughest colorsx.

There seems to be a marked increased interest in eel spears like this of late.

A Haas Liv-Minno in a box is a nice find.

This early Creek Chub Wiggler 100 is a great find, especially in early redside chub.

This is a really rare

As I ran a little piece on Fred Nichols yesterday, it is only appropriate to highlight a .

Nichols bait like this

I really, really like this Creek Chub Bait Co. Pikie in Mackerel.

That's it for this week! As always, be good to each other and yourself over the long holiday weekend.

-- Dr. Todd

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