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Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??....
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Les Ozimkowski - Jan 31st, 2017 10:10 pm.
Les Ozimkowski
Les Ozimkowski
On behalf of new member of the NFLCC, Mr. Wayne Brault from Lafayette, Oregon, he asked me to post these pics of some of his lures for ID and approximate value. Please post responses here as I do not have his contact info. How about it you salmon plug collectors! Thanks!
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re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by HelliGonna - Jun 20th, 2017 11:53 am
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HelliGonna
HelliGonna
Hello. https://goo.gl/q3SKPj - Your post has interested me, we can continue discussion? Thanks.
re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by Doug Bourasa - Feb 11th, 2017 2:59 pm
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Doug Bourasa
Doug Bourasa
Mac's Squid have been around since the 1950's up into at least the 1990's and had been owned and sold by various companies including Frank Tucker,Lymann Lures out of British Columbia and Luhr Jensen to name a few. There have been MANY variations of hook hangers over the years including string ties,slotted and phillips screws holding McMahon swivels directly to the lure and eye screws as yours has. Russel Christianson's fine books on Northwest salmon lures are a great resource to see all the variations. Hope this helps,DB
re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by Les Ozimkowski - Feb 7th, 2017 2:41 pm
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Les Ozimkowski
Two more shots of the Mac's Squid, belly-style......
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re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by Les Ozimkowski - Feb 6th, 2017 10:06 pm
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Les Ozimkowski
Les Ozimkowski
Jack Seedhouse has shared some pics of what are genuine Mac's Squid in his opinion. They do differ in hardware and some styling to eh ones that Wayne had shared.
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re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by Doug Bourasa - Feb 6th, 2017 2:54 am
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Doug Bourasa
Doug Bourasa
The lures in the first picture at Mac's Squid salmon plugs.
re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by John Dahll - Feb 6th, 2017 12:38 am
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John Dahll
John Dahll
The flat fish style lures look like a Normark copy that was made for a short time with the groves in the sides for doing sardine wraps for salmon fishing. I don't know if there is much value as they aren't that old, maybe 10 to 15 years. John


































































re: Can anyone ID these lures.....@ value??.... by Jack Seedhouse - Feb 5th, 2017 6:00 pm
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Jack Seedhouse
Jack Seedhouse
Your lure grouping Les would appear to be plastic Zimmy Salmon Plugs. These baits probably first appeared during the decade of the forties however do not carry much in the way of value. There are several of these lures currently being offered on the auction site and were you to google " Zimmy Salmon Plugs" more information will become forthwith.
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