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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Chance Dunlap - Oct 15th, 2016 10:33 am.|
Very rare lures made by Herman Fischer of WI. I have 4 examples. The jointed one in the pic is gone. 3 are stamped with his name, black one is not. Bob Slade values these at 200+ each in his encyclopedia, but I would consider trades or cash in the $200 range for the 4. Make offer. These are for serious WI collectors, not many around and rarely for sale.
Also still have my Pop Dean shrimp lure. Priced at $300. If interested make offer.
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