Silver Herring Head On Basser. I have never seen one of these this nice before! This extremely tough lure was quite nice and in an unmarked box.

C.A. Clark Goofy Gus. These lures are definitely original looking to say the least. This one was in beautiful condition and is a very neat lure!

Live Action Frog W/ Original Box. If you collect frog lures then you know this is tough one to find. The graphics on this box are great and the mechanical system on the frog is really ingeniousGotta love it!

Pflueger Muskallonge Minnow. Despite the fragile nature of these lures, this one was well intact and didn’t have a whole lot of wear. This 6 3/4” toughie is a hard one to fine for sure!

Heddon River Runt Spook Floater in Spots On Black. This uncatalogued color is probably as rare as Waterwave!

Ypsilanti Minnow in the box. These lures pop up now and again, but this is the first one I have seen in the box with paperwork.

Donaly Red Fin Minnow. I always love these lures for their neat character. It’s always funny to see a lure sell for this much or more when a seller doesn’t know what they have.

Creek Chub Beetle in Frog Spot. Despite the lure having some honest wear, it held strong at with 25 bids.

Six Spinno Minno lures 601 through 606 series. You don’t often see a pastel Spinno let alone all 6 at the same time with nice boxes! These babies probably put a great big smile on the winning buyer’s face.

Superstrike Shrimp Florida Bait Company. These were some of the neatest designs for a lure. Each area on the body is hinged and moves separately giving the shrimp a very realistic look moving through the water. Definitely a sweetheart of a lure here!

Pflueger Palomine Black Body W/ White Head. Here is another gem you don’t see very often. This color combo is rarely seen. This one had glass eyes, was in VG condition got 13 bids.

Heddon Tiny Punkinseed in FLS. Here is one you sure don’t see very often! This lure was 100% original and I’m sure the lucky winner was quite pleased with this rare find.

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