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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Craig Bennedum - Feb 28th, 2019 10:42 am.|
Hello, thanks for the forum to post to.
My name is Craig Bennedum, and I have some lures that belonged to my father. I’ve owned them for about 40 years or longer, and I have no idea when he bought them. My guess would be in the 1950’s?
I have resisted selling them etc simply because they were his, but I do not fish, nor do my son or daughter. So, they just sit in a tackle box and collect dust. He passed in ‘72, and though I may have used some of them is a kid, most haven’t been used in decades. They seem to be in really good condition surprisingly after all these years. I would be interested in selling them, apparently there are some that seem to be of value. This is not a huge collection, fairly small. About 25 lures. Not sure how to go about leaving contact info, other than submitting it to the site.
Thanks again for allowing me to post.
Not sure this post went through, I’m trying again, hope it’s not posted twice.