Shakespeare Jim Dandy Spoonbill Wobbler Lure

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Shakespeare Jim Dandy Spoonbill Wobbler Lure

Shakespeare Jim Dandy Spoonbill Wobbler Lure

The Shakespeare Jim Dandy Spoonbill Wobbler Lure was introduced around 1930. This antique fishing lure was Shakespeare’s lower end line up which was labeled under the Jim Dandy name. The Spoonbill Wobbler fishing lure used a large wooden lip instead of a traditional metal dive plane. The lure featured glass eyes and a single line tie mounted to the elongated diving lip. The antique lure measured 3 3/” in length and had two treble hooks both attached via screw eye hook hangers. The lure was in a handful of color scheme finishes which were simple in nature or patter.

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