Weezle Bopper Antique Lure
The Weezle Bopper Antique Lure was introduced around 1946. This wooden model appears to be a featherless version of the it’s brethren the Sparrow. Manufactured by it’s namesake The Weezle Bait Company out of Cincinatti, Ohio. The lure had a single forward line tie that was attached in the center of the rippled face. Instead of a flat or a concave face to the top water lure the Weezle has a very distinguishable rippled face. The antique lure has two treble hooks the denter attached via screw eye and the rear attached via screw eye. This top water fished also has a rear spinner to help attract its prey upon retrieval.
The lure is shown housed in its correct green and white box. The woonde no eyed lure is painted frog spot in color. The end labeled F4, and the fron proclaiming it as “A Superior Top water Lure.”