Heddon Vamp Lure - Fin & Flame
The Heddon Vamp Lure is a series 7500 and measure 4 1/2" in length. This antique lure was first produced in 1920 and continued for more than 5 decades.
30 Antique Fishing Lures and Why They're Collectible
Open up any old tackle box found in the basement of your grandparents house, or at a local flea market, and you may strike gold. Some antique lures are collectible, some catch fish just as well as they did when they had fresh paint, and others are just trash with rusty hooks. Find out why some lures keep all of their old fish catching magic.
Heddon Chugger Spook Lure - Fin & Flame
The Heddon Chugger Spook Lure has a long history that begins in 1938 beginning in Dowagiac Michigan and would take on a model number 9540.
Moonlight Jointed Pikaroon Lure - Fin & Flame
The Moonlight Jointed Pikaroon Lure was first introduced in the early 1920's. This jointed copyn of the Famous Pikaroon made by the Moonlight Bait Company.
Antique Indiana Lures (G-L)
The Genalure had a plastic rotating prop that, when turned, caused the lure to light up. The Go-Ite metal lure was produced in Kokomo, Indiana for a short time apparently. Every other Go-Ite lure I've seen is marked as being manufactured in Michigan. The Greider Retreating Minnow is…