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Pflueger Antique Lure Sign Ad

Pflueger Antique Lure Sign Ad This Pflueger Antique Lure Sign Ad window sign was published in a 1905 Vol. 23 of "The Hardware Magazine". The ad specifies how dealers in Pflueger's Fishing Tackle can get one. I will take a dozen please. Finding Point of Sale or store displays for the Antique Lures, Reels and [...]

By | 2017-04-01T20:03:13+00:00 April 1st, 2017|Antique Lure and Reel Ads, Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Antique Lure Sign Ad

Comstock Flying Helgramite Lure

Comstock Flying Helgramite Lure The Comstock Flying Helgramite Lure was made by Harry Comstock, Fulton, New York. Circa 1883. This is considered one of if not the first glass eyed antique fishing lures produced. The inventor Harry Comstock was not only a lure maker but at the time a noted gun enthusiast, salesman, inventor and [...]

By | 2017-02-01T19:03:10+00:00 February 1st, 2017|19th Century Fishing Lures, Antique Lures, Miscellaneous Lure Makers|Comments Off on Comstock Flying Helgramite Lure

Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure

Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure The Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure is one of those timeless classics that was first introduced in 1925. Made in Akron Ohio, this lure was a staple in the Pflueger Fishing Tackle Company lure line up for close to half a century. This straight uni-body Pal O Mine was given [...]

By | 2017-01-23T09:24:46+00:00 January 23rd, 2017|Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure

Pflueger Joseph Spoon Lure

Pflueger Joseph Spoon Lure The Pflueger Joseph Spoon was said to have been introduced around the late 1880's. Pflueger, the Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Akron, Ohio expanded their metal spinner and lure offering through innovations, patent purchases, mergers and aquisitions as well as making things very much like other companies. This antique fishing lure was [...]

By | 2016-10-27T10:35:02+00:00 October 27th, 2016|19th Century Fishing Lures, Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Joseph Spoon Lure

Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure 2 T

Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure 2T The Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure 2T was first introduced in 1925. This Pflueger lure made in Akron Ohio was given the model series number 5000. This smaller 2T or two treble version measures 3 1/4" in length although it carries the same model number as the larger version. [...]

By | 2016-12-13T09:16:23+00:00 October 18th, 2016|Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Pal O Mine Lure 2 T

NFLCC Magazine Article Index 1997

NFLCC Magazine Article Index 1997 This  NFLCC Magazine Article Index 1997 contain the below Mentioned Articles.  June 1997 Volume 7 Issue Number 1 Cover Photo includes a collection of Fly rod lures by Heddon, Creek Chub, South Bend, Moonlight Wright and McGill and Others. From the Editor by Dudley Murphy In The Begininng / Floating Bass Bug by Jerry [...]

By | 2016-09-11T12:32:38+00:00 September 11th, 2016|Antique Lures, Friends & Clubs, NFLCC|Comments Off on NFLCC Magazine Article Index 1997

Pflueger Governor Lure

Pflueger Governor Lure The Pflueger Governor Lure was first introduced around 1892. This antique fishing lure was made by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company, of Akron Ohio. This fancy Pflueger Metal Spoon and minnow was given a series 792. The "Governor" was the Luminous version to its non luminous counterpart, "The Admiral". These lures were offered in [...]

By | 2016-10-26T11:41:08+00:00 September 8th, 2016|19th Century Fishing Lures, Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Governor Lure

Pflueger Kent Floater Frog Lure Wood Eye

Pflueger Kent Floater Frog Lure Wood Eye The Pflueger Kent Floater Frog Lure Wood Eye version was released somewhere around 1916. This series of lure carried the same model number of the previous and of the futures Pflueger Frog lures, series 2555. This Pflueger frog has the tell tale raised wooden eyes instead of the [...]

By | 2016-08-16T14:41:59+00:00 August 16th, 2016|Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Kent Floater Frog Lure Wood Eye

Pflueger Helgramite Lure

Pflueger Helgramite Lure The Pflueger Helgramite Lure shares its name partially with another more valuable brother inside the Pflueger antique lure lineup. Yes, the Flying Helgramite. The Pflueger Helgramite was originally named the Dobson. The Dobson lure dates back to roughly 1885. I say roughly as when were discussing things that are 130+ years old [...]

By | 2016-10-26T11:41:20+00:00 April 27th, 2016|Antique Lures, Fly Fishing, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Helgramite Lure

Gentleman Jim Lure with Pflueger Archives

Gentleman Jim Lure with Pflueger Archives Bait The Gentleman Jim Lure Was first seen around 1947. The lure was made of a plastic called tenite. The lure in almost a large salamander shape was 3 7/8" in length. The Gentle Man Jim was made by C.W. Waddle Company out of Chicago Illinois. The lure featured [...]

By | 2016-10-26T11:41:20+00:00 April 18th, 2016|Antique Lures, Miscellaneous Lure Makers|Comments Off on Gentleman Jim Lure with Pflueger Archives

Pflueger Razem Lure

Pflueger Razem Lure The Pflueger Razem Lure was a series 7496. The lure was first introduced in 1929 and was only around 6 years until 1935. Pflueger has been making rubberized minnow by over 50 years at this point.  This antique fishing lure had the best of all worlds for it combined a minnow with [...]

By | 2016-06-18T20:14:52+00:00 March 20th, 2016|Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Razem Lure

Pflueger O Boy Lure

Pflueger O Boy Lure The Pflueger O Boy lure is Circa 1924. Pflueger of Akron, Ohio gave it a model number 5469. This antique fishing lure was only in production for roughly 5 years. This antique wooden lure measures 3 1/2" inches  in length and resembles a chubby Pal O Mine minnow fishing lure. The [...]

By | 2016-06-18T02:23:34+00:00 March 6th, 2016|Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger O Boy Lure

Pflueger Pine Cone Scale Spinner Lure

Pflueger Pine Cone Scale Spinner Lure The Pflueger Pine Cone Scale Spinner lure can date all the way back to the late 1800's. One of the keys to Pflueger's success (no pun intended) in the fishing lure arena has always been tied to its sale of metal spoons. A concept which was due to being [...]

By | 2016-11-06T15:25:57+00:00 March 6th, 2016|19th Century Fishing Lures, Antique Lures, Pflueger Lures|Comments Off on Pflueger Pine Cone Scale Spinner Lure