Heddon Cousin II Antique Lure

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Heddon Cousin II Antique Lure

Heddon Cousin II Antique Lure

The Heddon Cousin II Antique Lure was the second version in the Cousin line and came about around 1974. This Heddon lure was assigned a model series number 7335. This plastic spook lure that resembles a cross between a snake and a salamander measures in at 3 1/2″ in length. The lure came in just shorter than its’s first version. The lure was available in a variety of colors that were standard for the 70’s era lures.

The Heddon Cousin II had painted eyes and a single line tie atop its head. The lure had a tel tale wire lope coming out from his chin. The antique spook lure was labeled on the belly with the name of the lure as well as the patent number. The antique lure had two treble hooks held in by screw eye fasteners.

I have a Frog Spot Version in this weeks Ebay Consignments and can be seen here: Heddon Cousin II

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