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              UPCOMING SHOWS                                      

 July 9 - 11, 2015:  The Nationals - Springfield, MO        

September 25 - 26, 2015:  Decatur, AL         October 3, 2015:  Hagerstown, MD



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NFLCC shows and events are a chance to get together with other collectors and buy, sell, and trade fishing tackle.


“I invite you to join with us now. Click on the LEARN MORE box above and discover the great benefits that Over 3,000 members worldwide enjoy. Come grow with us.”
Stuart Strange, NFLCC President

National Fishing Lure Collectors Club

3901The National Fishing Lure Collectors Club (NFLCC) is a non-profit, educational, international organization founded in 1976. The primary objectives of the NFLCC are to foster an awareness of fishing tackle collecting as a hobby and to assist members in the location, identification, and trading of vintage fishing-related equipment.

The NFLCC encompasses every aspect of collecting fishing-related tackle and ephemera (i.e. Reels, rods, catalogs, advertising, minnow traps and buckets, creels, photo's, etc.), not just fishing lures.

We welcome anyone interested in vintage fishing tackle to join the 3000 + members worldwide in the largest organization devoted to this hobby. Browse this site and discover the world of antique fishing tackle. If you have any questions, please email a club officer for more information. Check out the show calendar, where you can meet new like-minded people and buy and trade old fishing lures and tackle.