Jacks Tackle Pogo Spinner Lure
This Jacks Tackle Pogo Spinner Lure was introduced in 1955. Jack’s Tackle Manufacturing Company was located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Jack’s made a small assortment of plastic and wooden lures in the mid 1950’s. This Pogo Spinner is a Smaller version of the Pogo Stick Lure, that you can actually see on part of the paperwork shown. This antique fishing lure measures just under 2.5″ in length.
The lure features a notched nose tapering to hull almost akin to that of a V bottom boat. The lure is a top water fished lure even when retrieved through the water. The Keel on this version isn’t as pronounced as its bigger brother, the Pogo Stick. The Pogo Spinner lure has a single forward line tie and a rear spinner. The antique lure features a forward hook attached via a surface type hardware and a rear treble attached to the screw eye behind the rear prop. The eyes on this lure bear striking resemblance to that of Smithwick.
The lure is shown housed in it’s correct antique lure box marked for the Pogo Spinner, PS4. The 4 aligning with the green shad with flitter color code. This antique lure package combo is completed with the correct insert showing the array of the lures Jack’s Tackle produced.