Malaysia...where the fish spit at you. The Archer Fish in action!
Wow! This Shakespeare Musky Minnow has the collector world in a frenzy!
Ho hum. Saw someone post recently about how all Heddon rods weren't very valuable...just like this Deluxe about to hit 4 figures.
One of my rules here at Fishing for History is I try to never post an auction that has a reserve or one that doesn't have a bid on it yet...but screw it. I like this Delaware Bait Assortment from Grube.
You don't see many Danielsson fly reels for sale (don't really look for them but that's moot), and this one is a nice one.
This 1852 patent J.T. Buel is a honey of a bait.
What's that? You say you want 100,000 South Bend reel parts? Well, this auction is just perfect for you!
Pfeffer Brownback...a classic Florida bait.
This Storm Big Mac display board shows a lure doesn't have to be 100 years old to be collectable.
This Penn 706Z is a classic spinning reel.
Everyone loves a Gee Wiz frog...especially when they are red head/white!
You know, I was thinking the other day, we don't get nearly enough on the blog about...collectable thermos bottles???
How about a mystery spinning reel, known only as "DUKAC." Where is Poirot when you need him?
A Jamison Coaxer in the box. My pick as about the most successful lure of its era.
A nice Rochester Quick-a-Part reel is a nifty find.
This 1929 Ed. vom Hofe catalog is a classic.
As always, have a great weekend, and be kind to others--and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd