Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Yellow Spot
The Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Yellow Spot lure is quite a beauty. I did a post prior on the earliest version of Worden Bucktail Spinner lures, however I thought Id add this asa well to show a different version. This version of the antique lure is a later one. You’ll notice the more bullet like shape body and more of a pointed prop on both the front and rear of the antique lure. I’ve included below a few pages from the early Shakespeare Art of Bait Casting series catalogs to enjoy.
Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Yellow Spot Photo Gallery
The Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Spinner is used in the same manner as the Revolution and is equally successful having repeatedly demonstrated that a larger and better string of fish could be caught with it than with live minnows and frogs when used at the same time and place.
For casting and trolling it is a most successful bait and has a record of 104 bass in one day’s fishing. When a fish will not take the Bucktail Spinner nothing but Sure Lure or Evolution bait can tempt him. No one need hesitate to tie to the Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Spinner for it is a sure winner and a most successful bait.
1902 Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Catalog
A Bait Caster who faithfully uses these baits as suggested in How to Catch Bass will never fail to bring home with him a good string of fish for even a boy with a ball of string and these baits is better equipped than the most expert angler with the best tackle and other bait Read The Art of Bait Casting The Shakespeare Worden Bucktail Spinner.