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Posted 6 years ago


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Can anyone help me identify these lures and who made them? I got them from my Grandma and she knows nothing about them.

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  1. justin, 6 years ago
    the larger one is a PAW PAW PIKE MINNOW from about 1950 in perch colours,the lib has been bent back,probably worth more in sentamentality than money none the less a lovely lure in good condition,if you have the original box that would help the value.
    the smaller one is a HEDDON SMALL SONIC LURE circa 1960 again if you have the box it would make it attractive to collectors.
  2. laryli, 6 years ago
    Thank you! I could not find the names anywhere! Thanks!
  3. Winmag300, 6 years ago
    The small Lure on the left is not a Sonic Lure by Heddon, it is a VINTAGE DEMON LURE CO "SAIL SHARK" LURE , SAN ANTONIO TX
  4. Winmag300, 6 years ago
  5. HandymanTom HandymanTom, 6 years ago
    In the book I have it's listed as a Sail Shark, Kautzky Lazy co.
    Date c. 1960..1 3/8"..
    The sail shark was called the Shark Ike when it was first marked.
    value: $5.00..$10.00
    Fishing Lure Collectibles vol. #2
  6. butlertrack, 3 years ago
    The small one is a Shark Ike they were made in Fort Dodge Iowa. They got the shark name because of the fin. You can see between sonic and Shark the Sonic has more of a fish fin where the Ike has a shark fin.

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