Wilson Grass Widow Antique Lure
The Wilson Grass Widow Antique Lure was first introduced in 1919. This wooden chunk bait antique fishing lure measure 2 1/4″ in length and was rather plain in appearance. The lure features a single forward screw eye line tie at the nose of the lure. Having only one double hook atached at the rear face of the lure via a faceted screw eye. This directly apposes or is in the opposite direction at which the lure retrieved, allowing the lure to boast its wededless properties. The lure wass only availble in a small limited amount of colors.
The ad above exclaims; “Wilsons Grass Widow This chunky little bait shown above is weedless but not fishless. Slides in and out up among the pads and rushes. Sure sets the big ones wild when they are lying up in the shallows. Gathers in every fair strike.
Here is Art Wilson’s Latest- a Black Bass Contest! $200 in Prizes
Art Wilson says that there must be a few really sizable bass still residin in the waters of this here North America. Art allows also that he would kinda like to see the color of their hair. So he has rigged up a friendly little contest for all good bass fisherman. Fair Field Open to All. No Strings. And darn little “tape” red or otherwise.