Friday, November 21, 2008

Friday Funhouse

The Friday Funhouse

Video of the Week

This classic Neptune outboard motor should be a familiar sound to many anglers from that generation.

Things I Would Buy If Only I Could Afford Them

A 1905 High Forehead Heddon 150 in Green Crackleback is an awesome bait.

A pair of old Texas Nichols Shrimps has attracted a lot of interest.

A pair of Green Penn 706 spinning reels is a nice start to a Penn spinner collection.

We rarely profile South Bend reels around here, but this 1300A in the box is about as nice as it gets.

A Frog Scale Spindiver is a classy carved tail Heddon bait.

Got to love these Divines! A 1901 Fred Divine 7 1/2 foot bait caster has all the bells and whistles.

We're Heddon heavy here this week; even in less than stellar condition (and with the smallest eBay pics I've ever seen), this Red-and-White Luny Frog is still appealing.

A Creek Chub Surfster in tremendous condition in the box breaks the Heddon stranglehold this week.

A great Cream City minnow bucket has attracted some serious bidding. Maybe they got wind (hint hint) of the forthcoming Minnow Bucket book.

This Telecast swiveling spinning reel doesn't show up very often.

A great Creek Chub Fly Rod Dingbat in silver flash is a great addition to anyone's fly rod lure collection!

River Runt Spook No-Snags in black-and-white are one of the rarest of all the no-snags.

This Meisselbach Auto in the early box is a great find.

This Porter Bottle Opener makes Florida collectors very happy.

A 1938 Taylor Barometer is a nifty "go-with."

This is a nifty looking ice spearing decoy, although I have no idea how old it is.

Instant Collection Alert: A cool dozen bobbers make a great display.

A Jamison Coaxer #2 in the box has great collector appeal.

As always have a safe and happy weekend, and be good to each other--and yourself.

-- Dr. Todd

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