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Today 06:29 AM
Bill Krejca Prices for many old lures seem to have gone down to some degree. The aura of old bait collecting perhaps has taken somewhat of a "deep dive" as the sentimentality sensed by looking at an old favorite has diminished as the viewers have passed away. Value, like beauty, or fairness, is in the eye of the beholder.

Bill
Yesterday 04:18 PM
waldowillie I own enough lures for at least 5 lifetimes and some are worth big $ but you can easily do a search of any lure for recent selling prices.

I am presently reducing my collection as directed at a meeting of Crankbaits Anonymous and my 3 options are:
1. Give lures to my kids and grandkids that have caught the fishing bug.
2. Give lures to young kids that you see who have discovered a love for fishing.
3. Sell lures

I hope to never get to option 3.
Yesterday 11:25 AM
Wallychowder
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Originally Posted by waldowillie View Post
I know it's a 3 month old thread.

But Eyeboom try a CF6 shallow Wally Diver. It is a wally diver with a fastrac lip. The CF606 is the blue and silver version and it will cast further than the Fastrac Shad. I loaded up on them before they were discontinued.
Are the old wally divers worth anything ?
Yesterday 11:03 AM
waldowillie I know it's a 3 month old thread.

But Eyeboom try a CF6 shallow Wally Diver. It is a wally diver with a fastrac lip. The CF606 is the blue and silver version and it will cast further than the Fastrac Shad. I loaded up on them before they were discontinued.
02-27-2021 07:21 AM
8210t I dont know what it was named but I had it about 30 years ago and it wasn't new then. It was light green maybe chartreuse with dark green upside down triangles kind of a perch like pattern. It was banana shaped with kind of a round or bullhead shaped head .
There were several times I had my 6 eyes in under 10 casts.
If have one and would be willing to part with it I would be interested.
02-26-2021 12:52 PM
Homegrown1 Mud Bug - Any Darting R crankbait
02-25-2021 08:56 PM
RabbleRouser
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Originally Posted by Big Sandy View Post
Lazy Ike
Got a lot of Northern, Bass, Walleye and a few brave pan fish when I was a kid.

I mean, who wants to live in a world where they don't even make Lazy Ikes anymore? I remember my brother and I finding one down by the canoe racks at Scout camp, left by whatever troop was there the week before. What a find! A REAL gamefish lure, not like our 30 cent gold Marathon spoons...although we caught a lot of fish on those spoons.
02-25-2021 04:38 PM
MikeG1 Phelps Floaters.....a floating jig head that had a short molded bill on the front. It would wobble when drifting. It was a killer when used with a 1/4 worm.
02-23-2021 08:12 AM
RabbleRouser
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Bagley's Honey Bee
This isn't exactly the original Honey Bee, but Bagley Baits current offering:

https://bagleybait.com/hard-baits/rattlin-honey-b/
02-23-2021 08:10 AM
RabbleRouser
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Uncle Josh pork trailers
Uncle Josh Ripple Rinds had a great action that I never saw duplicated with a plastic bait.
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