And you thought "Flight of the Conchords" was the coolest thing to come out of New Zealand...
A nifty Heddon Pal-On Fly Line cleaner round tin would make for a nice add-on to a Heddon fly rod collection.
An awesome Atom saltwater lure with glass eyes is driving the salties crazy.
This Tommy Brayshaw painting is simply gorgeous.
Heddon Bat Wing spearing decoys don't show up very often, especially in the box.
Yawn. Just your average, every day 18th century fish hook tied to the Captain Cook expedition of the 1760s. Nothing rare here...
This B.C. Milam #3 is a sweetheart of a reel.
A Heddon Dummy Double in a gorgeous color is an amazing lure.
A really nice Kent Frog would make a wonderful First Day of Spring present.
This Julius vom Hofe casting reel is one of the sharpest JVH's I've seen in some time.
This neat F.C. Woods lure in a wooden box would make a great addition to anyone's collection.
In honor of Bob Miller's new History of the Pflueger Akron & Summit Reels comes this nice Summit 1993J in the box.
Love this Moonlight bait in the box.
This brass Shapleigh has attracted a ton of interest, likely from hardware collector guys.
This nice Heddon No. 40 Westchester Bug is an excellent example of a classic fly rod lure.
This Moonlight Sea Gull would make a Paw Paw, Moonlight, or Schoenfield Gutter collector very happy.
This Springhook Mftg. Co. Springook in the box is a super rare Ohio bait.
As always, have a safe and happy weekend, and be good to each other and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd