Here is a nifty video that's made the rounds lately on the internet on how a fishing reel is made.
A really rare George Jennings bait in an Abbey & Imbrie box has attracted a lot of attention.
A Heddon 100 in classic green crackleback in a wood slide top box is the archetype of a great old fishing lure.
Two uncatalogued punkinseeds are rarely found alone, let alone together.
Winchester Mania is still in full swing...
A five-tine eel spear will make some collector very happy.
Here's one you don't see every day: an 1877 Allcock Brass Minnow.
A Heddon Daddy Head-On Basser, even in this shape, hardly ever comes to market.
Ah, the beauty of a Talbot Star reel.
A Harris Salmon plug in the box will make the west coast collectors happy.
A complete set of all four Spook Ray glow river runt spook sinkers is a nice addition to a runt collection.
Have a great weekend, and be nice to each other, and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd