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Larson Bait Co.Fish Trap 600A
Discussion in ' Show & Tell' started by Rob - Jan 27th, 2019 10:22 am.
Rob
Rob
This lure was a gift recently from a friend who's family has owned this lure since new in the late 50's and is new in the box. I haven't seen anything like it before nor can I find out r on line even though there are several by the same name but not the same very unique design . Here are a couple of pictures. Your thoughts are appreciated. Aitkin,Minn. Is stamped on the lure.
Rob Rob
re: Larson Bait Co.Fish Trap 600A by David A Antonson - Feb 5th, 2019 2:57 pm
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David A Antonson
David A Antonson
Hi Rob,
They did make one like yours. I have one identical in my collection.
David
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