Friday, March 19, 2010

The Friday Funhouse

The Friday Funhouse

Video of the Week

A nice vintage newsreel video of roaming through Michigan.

Things I Would Buy If Only I Could Afford Them

There are some incredible baits this week, not the least of which is this F.A. Pardee underwater minnow.

This is a nifty Heddon 101 in a downward leaping bass box.

Early Tarpon Seamaster reels are works of art.

A Talbot from Nevada, MO is a terrific find.

This Ambassadeur 5000A is a wonderful early reel.

UNDERWATER MINNOW CONTEST: Who do you like best?

First up: the Pflueger underwater minnow.

Heddon 150s in Deluxe Red Scale? I'll take two, please.

Or finally, the Shakespeare Fancy Underwater Minnow?

This is a super rare Arbogast Jitterbug.

A Cortland 6-Pack of Cuttyhunk has got some saltwater collectors in a tizzy.

This William Mills & Son fly reel is a reel classic.

Prepare to be stormed by these Wiggle Warts.

How about the Heddon Artistic Minnow in the box with buoy?


Can anyone tell me about this MOP spoon hook?

The Callmac Bug is staring at you...

Granger made some very cool rods, including this Aristocrat.

It isn't just the British who are crazy about this Allcock's Geen patent minnow.

Ah, the Creek Chub Gar. An all-time Top 20 lure.

Holy moly, this Heddon Runtie in Black Shore is a rare little beastie.

The Walton Speed Bait is a great oddball lure.

A Heddon Lucky 13 in Crackleback is a nice find.

The Super Cargem #55 Italian spinning reels is a really rare reel.

As always, be good to each other, and yourself. And don't watch too much basketball!

-- Dr. Todd

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