I wrote a review of this film a few weeks back, but stupidly forgot to put up the trailer. So here it is, the trailer for the exceptional film "The Lost World of Mr. Hardy."
This awesome Creek Chub Shur Strike Bass Oreno comes in a super rare Green Gar color.
This is a nice Kent Floater frog from Pflueger.
Ditch the reel, give me the minnow bucket!
Speaking of minnow buckets, how about this "Wade Bucket?"
A Horton Bristol Meek #4 is a super sweet Kentucky baitcaster.
Dam! That is one fine German lure.
A Heddon Luny Frog in the box? Yes, please.
A Zebco Cardinal 7 has many fans.
A 1917 George Parr hook would make Jeff Kieny smile!
These Weber Papa Hair Rats were popular with the Musky Guides in Hayward, Wisconsin for a time.
From the Truth in Advertising Files.
Paper collectors will be interested in this 1929 Shakespeare "Anglin' Jake" pamphlet.
Having just written an article on fishing line, I'd be remiss not to mention this great Huckleberry Finn hank of line.
A Hardy Palakoma Prego would have been just the ticket for fishing the mighty Mahseer in the Ganghes.
This Ocean City Long Key 450 Yard model is clear evidence (if any is needed) that the much maligned O.C. made some awesome saltwater reels.
One of the classiest fly reels of all time: the Pflueger Golden West 100 yard model.
The hooker inside me just went gaga over these four mid-nineteenth century flatted Gravitation fish hooks.
This is just unbelievable Stan Bogdan salmon reel .
A high forehead is not necessarily a good thing for a human, but on a Heddon 150? Gorgeous.
Wow. L&S Muskie Masters in the box keep on appreciating...
That's it for now! I'm knee deep in fishing reels at the ORCA Nationals by now. Have a good and safe weekend, and be good to each other, and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd