Here is a great newsreel of President Franklin D. Roosevelt landing an 80-pound tarpon in the gulf...
Another Water Wave River Runt Spook.
A Daredevle Klinker in the box is not a commonly found bait.
Check out this Bagley Bang-O-Lure...you won't be disappointed!
This Ed. vom Hofe 4/0 reel is a true classic.
A jointed Moonlight Pikaroon is a great classic bait.
This Franz Bergman fish pin was once owned by Charlie Helin.
This awesome Thomas J. Conroy multiplier will attract a lot of attention.
A Dingee Scribner Nova Scotia wood trout rod doesn't come to market every day.
This George Cummings Globe will make some collector very happy.
This Thoren Minnow Chaser is always a popular collector, though one wonders if it ever caught fish.
Heddon Black Suckers are so popular that they even command crazy prices with chipped tails.
Having just put Jeff Kieny's upcoming book on hooks, harnesses, and bait-holders to press, I can tell you with all sincerity that the Gaberial Fish and Animal Trap is one of the rarest of its kind.
The L&S Shiner Minnow in the box keeps climbing in price as interest grows.
There is nothing I like more than a hand-forged hook with the maker's stamp--this time an "H" which may stand for "Harrison," a British hook maker.
This Cozzone German Silver 100 yard tournament reel is a real sweetheart.
All Philip Goodwin prints have great collector interest.
I really like this Peckinpaugh Parker Feather Minnow on the card, especially since it has the A&F hang tag.
This great Heddon 150 dates from 1913 to 1918.
This Thos. J. Conroy reel has a helluva story that comes along with it.
-- Dr. Todd