Worth Flutter Fin Lure

Worth Flutter Fin Lure

Worth Flutter Fin Lure

This version of the Worth Flutter Fin Lure is Circa 1962. The Worth Fishing Tackle Company was located out of Stevens Point Wisconsin. The Flutter Fin nicknamed by many “The Mustache Lure” was an invention made by Delbert Patterson of the Nova Tackle Company. The lure was sold around 1961 to the Worth Tackle Company.

This small round plastic lure measures 1″ in length and weighs 1/2 oz. This lure shown is the hollow eye mold version. There are small subtleties to help differentiate or to collect variations. There are multiple kinds of eyes that were produced on this lure, from hollow to solid pins. The Flutter Fin Antique Lure also at times contained a internal rattle. The lures “mustache” is what makes the lure flutter and is two single props spinning at the front of the lure just behind the single forward line tie.

The lure was made in six standard colors from White to Black, Brown, Green, Yellow, Orange all with scales colored in a different color or shade. The lure has a single trailing feathered treble hook to snare its prey. Later models will have a weed guard on the treble. The box states the Flutter Fin, Flutters, Pops and Rides the Surface

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Worth Flutter Fin Lure

By | 2016-12-13T09:27:43+00:00 December 7th, 2016|Antique Lures, Miscellaneous Lure Makers|Comments Off on Worth Flutter Fin Lure

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