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Novelty Lure

Post by rivermandave » Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:57 am

Here's some of my collection of "novelty-type" lures
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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by Marrakai » Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:17 pm

Nice collection, RMD.
Interesting to see those mermaids in there, the 'Stream-eze' version I assume.

Always wanted one of those when I was a teenager, cant think why....(!)

This is the "improved" version.......
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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by Mully » Thu Dec 10, 2009 3:27 am

rivermandave wrote:Here's some of my collection of "novelty-type" lures


last picture far right two nudies what are they seen them before but brain isnt working



top set of novelty's love them all thumbsupsmilie mermaid is sweet also

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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by fishaholiclures » Thu Dec 10, 2009 6:41 am

Tony,
Rebel Joe Camels.
Here's mine
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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by Mully » Thu Dec 10, 2009 10:38 pm

Thats them very cool lures thumbsupsmilie

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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by diemai » Thu Dec 10, 2009 10:41 pm

@ rivermandave

Very nice ones amongst these , also love those mermaids droolsmilie !

There are similar ones around over here in Northern Europe , but these are made of chromed metal alloy , serving as pirks or jigging spoons .

I have some of these "Mann's" crankbaits as well with the logo of a German angling magazine , seems that this is the prefered "logo" model by "Mann's" ?

Does "rubbermaid" make lures as well ? I know the copany for household stuff only , .........or it is also an advertisment logo lure ?

Concerning the "b-o-o-b-y" and "d-i-c-k-y"(beware of the censor program lol !)lures , ...such really works lol lol lol !

Check this out :

http://www.bissclips.tv/deinevideos/rau ... bbler.html

Sorry , seems , that this link does not work for straight linking , need to utilize the search engine of that site http://www.bissclips.tv/ ,...... type in term "der d.i.l.d.o.-wobbler"(without dots , blame it on the censor program lol ) , after clicking "search"(suchen) that term should appear somewhere on page , click on to open video !

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Re: Novelty Lure

Post by rivermandave » Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:52 am

I'm not sure if Rubbermaid actually manufactured that lure or not. I DO have a couple of small Rubbermaid lure boxes though....which is a natural for them as they made things of plastic. I'll take a pic of one next time I get down in the basement (Injured foot at the moment).

As you know....some tackle companies made things over the years for other companies.

The Creek Chub "Shur Strike" line being one of the biggest....as they manufactured lures that were sold by Montgomery Wards and Sears among others...with no mention of the actual maker. -duh

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