Clinton Wilt Champion Little Wonder Antique Lure Ad
This Clinton Wilt Champion Little Wonder Antique Lure Ad comes out of a 1911 August issues of Field and Stream. I’m a super big fan of both these antique lures. The antique lre books out there date the Clinton Champion to 1912 and the Little Wonder antique lure to 1913. That is obviously incorrect since the magazine is 1911. Its with the help of ads we see a benefit, by being able to time stamp and date antique fishing tackle. Another thing of note is it gives us the color code numbers and colors that were available at the time of print.
CLINTON WILT MFG. CO. SPRINGFIELD, MO
The Real Sensations
Here are a couple of artificial baits that appeal to the common sense judgment of experienced fishermen. They possess new and original features that no other baits In the world possess. These features make them the beat and the surest for catching bass. Investigate these features and judge for yourself.
Marvels of Beauty
They whirl through the water with perfect ease .Perfectly balanced and cannot twist the line. Three blade tail spinner revolves the entire body the head spinner revolves in an opposite direction producing a graceful glittering effect. Note arrangement of hooks perfectly set and cannot get out of striking position. If your dealer can t supply you order direct sent postpaid Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.
THE CHAMPION 1 inches long, like cut $1.00
No 51 White red stripe No 59 Orange green stripe
No 53 Orange red stripe No 61 Gold green stripe
No 55 Gold red stripe No 63 Red green stripe
No 57 While green stripe No 65 Green orange snipe
LITTLE WONDER 2 1/2″ inches long, like cut $.75
No 71 White red stripe No 79 Orange green stripe
No 73 Orange red stripe No 81 Gold green stripe
No 75 Gold red stripe No 83 Red green stripe
No 77 While green stripe No 85 Green orange snipe