Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat

///Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat

Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat

Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat

The Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat lure was first introduced in 1938 and given a model series number 5400. Another lure in the series of popular hair baits designed and made by the Creek Chub Bait Company of Garrett, Indiana. This antique fishing lure has a distinctive face and feature. The front mouth or head of the lure is large and concave with the forward line tie attached within. This wooden fishing lure measures 1 3/4″ in length and weighs 5/8oz.

We have a Golden Shiner Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat Package in Box in on consignment this week, click below to view.
Creek Chub Surface Ding Bat
If you have lures you would like to sell or consign, please contact me.

The Surface Ding Bat was made though 1955 and was available in 9 standard finishes over its production. The lure features two glass eyes, two double hooks and even has a single belly weight. The example below is a complete one, coming its its correct box with hang tag.

The New Surface Ding Bat

A surprise package for both fish and fisherman, remarkably weedless with the hook points turned up and a sure hooker of all fair strikes. Use it in a series of short jerks, and sudden spurts of movement alternated with plenty of lying idly quiet for after night fishing try the all black color. Use this bait along the shallow shore lines and weed patches. Work it slowly and see the big bass go for it.  Made in the following finishes:

No. 5400 – Natural Pike Scale
No. 5401 Natural Perch Scale
No. 5403 Red & White
No. 5404 Golden Shiner (Shown Below)
No. 5413 All Black
No. 5418 Silver Flash
No. 5419 Frog
No. 5424 Red Wing Blackbird 
No. 5425 White Scale

Surface Ding Bat Catalog Page 1941

Surface Ding Bat Catalog Page 1941

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