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    Posted 10 years ago

    Donaldl
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    Hello, I was wondering if anyone knows what kind of lure this is, who made it and where. It was found in a jumbled mess of lures. Its has about a two and a half inch body yellow and light orange, two spring hooks that bend back and hook around little washers. Very cool old lure it would be great to know what it is and maybe what it is worth..
    Thanks a lot Don

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    Comments

    1. justin-sanford justin-sanford, 10 years ago
      the mechanism appears to be an anti snag/weed idea. neat lure.
    2. Donaldl, 10 years ago
      Thank-you I think you are right about that. I just had an e-mail from a collector who also does not know who made this lure. I am beginning to believe it is an obscure company perhaps one that only made one lure. I hope to send more pictures out to maybe find someone who can solve this....Thanks anyway
    3. Donaldl, 10 years ago
      I found out that it is a Rain-bo lure made in Manitoba Canada. Thank-you its nice to have this solved!

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