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Help with lure identification
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Kathy - Apr 10th, 2018 11:03 am.
Kathy
Kathy
Hi
Thanks in advance for your help. I picked up a tackle box full of old lures. My curiosity is peaking and now I’m hooked.
Can you help with identifying these lures? The are in found condition and have not been cleaned. The middle and bottom lures have glass eyes.
Thanks!
Kathy
Kathy Kathy
re: Help with lure identification by David Saalfrank - Apr 10th, 2018 10:00 pm
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David Saalfrank
David Saalfrank
Kathy, the lure with the wide diving lip is a Bomber, the one next to it is a appears to be a spinning injured minnow by Creek Chub and the last one is a Creek Chub plunker. Both Creek Chub lures are plastic and the eyes are not glass. I hope this helps you.
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