Staley Johnson Twin Min Lure
The Staley Johnson Twin Min Lure was first introduced in 1947. This wooden, painted, antique lure was made to give the impression of a school of fish by having two lures attached. The fishing lure had dual wooden bodies affixed to a metal frame underneath with 3 smaller treble hooks held on by bands. The metal bar is usually marked patent pending. Excellent for Bass Pike and Gamefish the Box Proclaims. Action, Color, Thrills the side label reads A Gold Band Lure. The antique lure was made in Ft. Wayne Indiana, and is shown with its original box marked Model F101. The lure shown had a hard to find box flyer in the package combo, showing the $1.30 advertised price.