Friday, January 16, 2009

Friday Funhouse

The Friday Funhouse

Video of the Week

How about this? A video of someone we know: ORCA's Bill Muth goes ice fishing.

Things I Would Buy If Only I Could Afford Them

A Mitchell Wedding Cake tournament spinning reel is a rare model indeed.

A Mitchell 510 has also attracted alot of Mitchellmaniac attention.

A nice Hardy Perfect fly reel is always a popular bid magnet.

An H.L. Leonard bi-metal is one of the top 10 fly reels ever made.

A Heddon minnow in a Senate Wood Box (H.J. Frost) is a classic example of a trade house minnow.

A Phillipson "Johnson Profile" #600 is one of the most popular casting rods for overseas collectors.

Pottawatomie Bingo! This Gene Hamlin ca. 1900 spearing decoy is a truly rare piece of folk art.

This Arbogast Jitterbug is hula dancing its way to a record price.

Instant Collection Alert: 3 sizes of Shakespeare Paddlers.

Hoo boy. This Lyle Dickerson biography book is hotter than Georgia asphalt in July.

A Meisselbach-Catucci Symploreel has attracted a lot of attention.

This is one gorgeous Paw Paw Bullhead.

This CCBC Baby Wiggler in green scale is flat out awesome!

An old Lou Eppinger catalog is pretty sweet.

As always, have a good and safe weekend, and be good to each other, and yourself.

-- Dr. Todd

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