Your video of the week is this clever fly fishing video parody.
Things I Would Buy If I Could Only Afford Them
A nice early Kent Frog Floater? Yes, please.
A pair of vintage Phillipson casting rods has attracted a lot of bidder interest.
The Hardy Fortuna is the largest reel Hardy Bros. ever made.
I'm not a creel collector, but this one might make me see the error of my ways...
We've not featured a Shakespeare Rhodes Mechanical Frog in some time. This is about as nice as they come.
This Outing's Getem in the box is a really beautiful combo.
A Heddon Stingaree dealer display is a great find.
A T.H. Bate & Co. New York ball handle reel is a super rare find!
Bronson made some great reels, and this is maybe their best: the Invader.
Your Texas Lure of the Week: the Doug English Super Bingo.
The Millsite Spin Size Daily Double is a pretty tough find, especially in the box.
I would love very much to fish with a Husky Dinger. I think it would be a fabulous lure catcher.
OScar Peterson was an incredibly talented decoy carver. This one is a classic.
The Pflueger Par is an ocean reel easy to overlook.
Storm has caught fire lately, and this Glop Lure is leading the way.
A Heddon Spin Diver in Green Crackleback will always have legions of fans.
The only thing that would make this CCBC Wiggler cooler would be a Toad van Houton lip!
This 1980s Hilberbrandt Salesman's Sample book is a nifty piece of tackle history.
As always, have a great weekend, and be good to each other--and yourself.
-- Dr. Todd