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Help identifying few lures?
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Somebody - Sep 1st, 2016 12:00 pm.
Somebody
Somebody
Hi all, first timer here. Recently came into possession of a box of old, mostly wooden lures, and while most have enough markings to identify and do some research into, about 15 or so don't. I'm not sure if you guys are able to ID them just at a glance, but I know little to nothing about them, so any info would be a big help. Also if there are any lures you've been looking for, shoot me a list and I'll see what I've got. Have about fifty total.

Thanks in advance for any help!
Somebody Somebody
re: Help identifying few lures? by Kevin Jones - Sep 2nd, 2016 12:09 am
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Kevin Jones
Kevin Jones
Thanks for the quick reply, Scott. I took pictures of the rest of the labeled stuff, i'll upload it next time i'm at work. Have few boxes, and they may match with some of those things in the pictures.
re: Help identifying few lures? by scott jedd - Sep 1st, 2016 9:56 pm
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scott jedd
scott jedd
Hi Kevin, thanks for posting. I really don't see anything that stands out as rare. I see CCBCO Darters, a Paw Paw Aristocrat Shiner, a Heddon Chugger etc. All common baits. In your 2nd pic, I see what looks like a Porter bait that's been augmented. Its next to an earlier Finnish bait. The whole lot's worth $2-5 each. Sorry there's no Holy Grail here...keep trying!

Scott
re: Help identifying few lures? by Kevin Jones - Sep 1st, 2016 12:10 pm
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Kevin Jones
Kevin Jones
Sorry, was silly and didn't read rules. Topic poster here, names Kevin Jones, I'm at work right now and can't check my home email, but it is dbfsjkshutup@yahoo.com if replying in this thread isn't viable. Thanks again.
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