ANTIQUE FISHING LURES
Advanced Knowledge About Collecting
Antique Fishing Lures
single pieces or whole collections bought"
educational, pricing, photos, and identification information for
pre-1960 antique fishing lures and lure boxes.
National Fishing Lure Collectors Club
AntiqueLures Website is about:
(pre-1960) antique fishing lures and lure boxes made by:
Heddon, Shakespeare, Pflueger,
South Bend, Creek Chub,
as well as dozens of smaller pre-1940 companies. This is where you can
sell your lures or find information about:
material on early fishing lure collecting and identification
How to grade
antique lures and lure boxes
Pricing of wood
lures and lure boxes and where to find books on old fishing lures
A toll free
phone number to call if you want to sell your collection or individual
lure history, manufacturer's catalogs, and lure box brochures
services for people who want to sell their lures to a collector
How to collect
and what you need to know to survive this hobby
Heddon, dates, manufacture, lure
name, slopenose, Dowagiac, underwater, minnow, Slopenose Dowagiac,
Expert, Dowagiac Minnow, Coast Minnow, Light Casting Minnow, Florida
Special, Florida Special, Baby Dowagiac, Walton Feather Tail, Artistic
Minnow, Dowagiac Minnow, River Runt, Torpedo, Flipper, SOS, Surface
Minny, Surface Minnow, Musky Surfusser, Ice Decoy, Killer, Multiple
Metal Minnow, Salt Water Special , Musky Minnow, Swimming Minnow, Black
Sucker, Dummy Double, Deep diving Wiggler, Near Surface Wiggler, Crab
Wiggler, Baby Crab Wiggler, Midget Crab Wiggler, Spin Diver,
extensive educational site presents a quality antique
lure collection as both art and history from the early part of this
century. If you would like to collect or sell antique lures, this is the
place to learn how, however there is nothing on the site made after 1960.
going, you ENTER the main Website below...
was the first antique lure and tackle site on the web.
It was created and
copyrighted Feb. 1, 1997
pick on USA TODAY
THE NET on About.Com
This site has
been reviewed or featured in: multiple magazines, on
national and local TV, by dozens of Web site reviews, by
national and international collector and fishing
publications, and they all.... loved it.
Pre-1920 Heddon Lures and Boxes