Shakespeare Hydroplane Antique Lure Article

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Shakespeare Hydroplane Antique Lure Article 1916

Shakespeare Hydroplane Antique Lure Article 1916

Magazines containing things like this Shakespeare Hydroplane Antique Lure Article from Recreation Vol 54-55 magazine in 1916 are great. Being able to uncover history’s shroud as it pertains to Antique Fishing lures and their makers is great. It was prior though by many reference materials and books that the Shakespeare Hydroplane lure came out in 1920. However, we are able to read about in it an Editorial written in 1916, thus being able to get closer to providing the real story behind the Shakespeare Hydroplane Jr shown in the prior article. A lot of our reference or reading material was published prior to the advent of the internet or a plethora of items being digitized for use in our Antique Lure research. So its easy to understand why things may be close but not completely correct.

Shakespeare Hydroplane Antique Lure Article 1916

One of the first bait casting lures placed on the market for use with the short rod having been a Shakespeare, it is not surprising to learn that one of the newest of these lures called the “Hydroplane” is meeting with much favor. Although of the familiar imitation minnow type and made to float when at rest on the water and dive when rccled or trolled, like so many others of the modern school, it has an individuality of its own which seems attractive to anglers as well as to bass and pickerel. It […]

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