Vintage lure collection

Talk about Lure/Tackle ID's; Reminisce over bygone times and old fishing tackle
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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby Chinned out » Wed Nov 08 2017 19:58

Good old surface poppers...that takes me back a few years

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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby Chinned out » Wed Nov 08 2017 20:01

Is that a heddon meddow mouse I see in the top right by any chance...now I do feel old :eek:

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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby Mark_Houghton » Wed Nov 08 2017 22:31

Chinned out wrote:
Is that a heddon meddow mouse I see in the top right by any chance...now I do feel old :eek:
Certainly is :smile:

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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby brian harrison » Sun Dec 31 2017 10:23

andrew_nagel wrote:
dannytaylor wrote:
:cool: :thumbs:

(Like the sambas)
Sambas, Kegler Supers, Trim Trabs, Dublins... they were the days. :laughs:
Still wear trimm trab😎

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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby John Milford » Sun Jan 07 2018 00:12

The Heddon 'Hedd Plug' in the centre top right section could be worth a Bob or two. Quite a collectible lure these days, especially in the 'naturalistic' patterns. The Heddon 'Basser', middle tray, bottom left, with glass eyes, is a nice collectible too. :thumbs:

You've got a nice selection of Heddon 'Timber Rattlers' too, I see. Pure class :wink:
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Re: Vintage lure collection

Postby Mark_Houghton » Mon Jan 08 2018 00:30

John Milford wrote:
The Heddon 'Hedd Plug' in the centre top right section could be worth a Bob or two. Quite a collectible lure these days, especially in the 'naturalistic' patterns. The Heddon 'Basser', middle tray, bottom left, with glass eyes, is a nice collectible too. :thumbs:

You've got a nice selection of Heddon 'Timber Rattlers' too, I see. Pure class :wink:
Cheers John. I think the Basser is in one of the older colour schemes. They always seem to fetch a good price on Ebay, was lucky to get that one as part of a swap, same with the Hedd plug :thumbs:


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