Pflueger Pippin Wobbler Lure
The Pflueger Pippin Wobbler Lure was first introduced in 1929. This lure made by Pflueger or Akron, Ohio was given a model series number 6700. The lure was in the Pflueger antique lure line up for roughly a dozen years and was last seen around 1942 in this the largest version.
This version of the Pippen, 6700 series, was a metal fish shaped lure that measures 2 3/4″ in length. The size is actually stamped on the underside just in front of the screw holding in the hook, and to the rear of the single line tie. This patterned fishing lure was slightly similar to that of the Heddon Spoony Fish. The lure, bending inwards concave in shape had a single fixed single shank hook. This single hook was made weedless by the double metal tines protecting it.
The Pflueger Pippin Antique Lure was made in roughly a half a dozen different colors, two of which are shown below. The Model 6760, which is the model and color code for the Nickle with Spots, and the 6726, which correlates to the Red and White fleck.