Vintage Metal Baits.

In the late 1800s, one of the first fishing lure companies was originated. The Enterprise Manufacturing Company, which would become the world renowned Pflueger Company. Enterprise began making fishing hooks, by 1900 it had grown and was making metal baits, spinners & rubber lures. Before many other lure companies had even started, Pflueger had already established several popular brands. In Canada W.M Croft & Son's were established in 1855 in Toronto Ontario, the company would move several times, once due to the great Toronto Fire of 1904. Then we have the German DAM Fishing Lure Company that started in 1875 becoming one of Europe's largest fishing supply companies. Along with Abu Garcia (Record) which started in 1921 crafting amazing fishing reels but also some legendary fishing lures. Along with Canadian companies like Lucky Strike from Ontario, Len Thompson Lures from Alberta and Royal Baits from Winnipeg Manitoba, there is a large variety of vintage metal baits. Although common many metal baits don't garner the recognition of other wooden and plastic baits but some of the oldest baits of all time are metal, including the world famous and highly sought after Haskell Minnow standard version. This is our heavy metal section!.

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W.M Croft & Son's
Silver Cadet
circa 1900 to1905
Pflueger Chum Spoon
No.7172
Size 3
Weedless
Abu Record
Little Tommy
1/4 oz
Made in
Sweden
Paul Bunyan
Flash Eye
Spoon
Circa
1940's
German Made DAM Z Spinner
Spoon
Circa
1950's
Royal Brand Spinner Crown Stamp Late 1940's
More great Lures coming soon as we build our site. Check back often to see more.

Gary C Love Fishing.

Cochrane, Alberta, Canada.

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