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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Chance Dunlap TX - May 17th, 2017 7:59 pm.|
Chance Dunlap TX
I collect Folk Art lures. These are lures made by ingenious creative folks who needed lures but for various reasons opted to make their own rather than buying into popular mass produced baits. I also collect Bud Stewarts early folk art period lures. Always looking to add to my collection. I can also help find buyers for your collection. I am a proud NFLCC member. Email me- firstname.lastname@example.org