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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Todd Boaze - Apr 9th, 2018 8:09 pm.|
I recently got into buying fishing lures, and ran across something I just cannot find any information on. Can anyone on here ID this fishing lure.
It's made of Brass base metal, painted on top of it. Metallic hooks, 1 is double hook which is rarer and a normal treble hook. Very light weight, weighs: 0.3 OZ little bit more than 1/4 oz.
Has a crazy wild pattern of data on each side of it:
1 Side: YllYlY
1 Side: YlYllY
Which is 1 side one way and on the other side the same thing in the other direction.
Any help would be appreciated. FYI, it came with a group that all dated between 30s-60s.