Do you want to see a Killer Whale fight a Great White Shark? Take your right hand. Place it against your left wrist. Feel if you have a pulse. If you do have a pulse, OF COURSE YOU WANT TO SEE AN ORCA VS. A GREAT WHITE SHARK!
A really great Liberty reel gets me in a patriotic mood.
This is a simply gorgeous Leonard trout reel.
A Chippewa in the box goes to the head of the class.
A Viking Frog in the box is a close second though...
Talbot Eli reel;
Your haunting beauty moves me
Sigh...you won't be mine.
Anyone got the skinny on these Schauffler big game reels?
A Heddon Spin Diver in rainbow is a classic lure.
A dealer's box of South Bend Trout Orenos would look great next to my Trout Oreno Twelve Pack.
This Pflueger Crescent Moon Spinner is a great old metal lure.
Ah, you Winchester collectors...always something to drive you batty.
Abercrombie & Fitch passport pack rods are a nifty--if nigh on unusable--fishing rod.
A Pflueger Progress fly reel is a nice find; its maroon chimney box? Instant classic.
This Meek #3 couldn't be nicer if it came with a slice of apple pie.
One-off Penn reels like this one are the latest rage.
Creek Chub collectors are battling over this black head/white body Dingbat.
A Bug-N-Bass in an uncatalogued color is certainly getting a lot of looks.
How about a ledger filled with minutes from the South Bend Bait Co. dated 1958-1975?
These 8 Bobbers have attracted a lot of attention.
Here's an oddball Sunnbrook Bait Shrimp.
As always, have a safe and happy weekend, and be good to each other and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd