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Dona Shaffer Fishing Lure February 02nd, 2018 - 12:09:55
One of Creek Chubs most important innovations in the lure industry was the process of spray painting lures by spraying the paint through netting. Paint applied to this netting (originally from ladies hats!) was used to create the now common scale patterns on Creek Chub lures. Creek Chub was a very innovative company in other areas as well. Their early adoption of the use of glass eyes on lures and the invention of the weedless bait mentioned above are great examples of this spirit of innovation. Creek Chub also held numerous other patents related to lure improvements.
Ernest F. Pflueger founded the Enterprise Manufacturing Company in 1881 making fish hooks. When his son took over the business in 1906, it changed names to the E.A. Pflueger Company. During this time, Pflueger was the first company to open up commercial production of wooden fishing lures. The company would also grow from being only a hook maker to all areas of fishing gear. As competition in the industry became more fierce the company began to focus more on reels than lures. Two of the lures that the company started with were the Flying Helgramite and the Luminous Crystal Minnow lure. These are two very vintage fishing lures from Pflueger that incorporate the founding E. Pfluegers invention of a luminous lure paint.
Worden had already been selling his Bucktail baits since 1894 prior to the official company founding. These bucktail baits were wooden minnow shaped lures that were invented and popularized by Worden. The South Bend Bait Company also made the famous Oreno fishing lures. The Oreno was also a minnow shaped lure and would become a popular long term seller for South Bend. The Bass Oreno, which started production around 1915 and was still in production into the mid 1960s, was the most popular South Bend bait. Another popular vintage South Bend lure is The Vacuum Bait which can be quite hard to find and is a nice collectors item. Now that you know more information about the "Big 5" go and start using this knowledge to build your collection. Try going to a local fishing tackle show or event and with this starter information you will feel capable of holding your own in an initial conversation and start the network that will help you build your collection. Or if you want to go online to browse around for more information or to find out how to find items online, visit the website in the author box below.
The KickTail Minnow - The KickTail minnow is not known top many bass anglers, but is the most realistic shad/small bait fish imitation that you will ever see. Underwater this lure looks as much like a real bait fish as any lure you will ever see. When it comes to bass fishing lures the KickTail Minnow is extremely effective. This lure is as realistic a bass lure as youll ever find. Plastic Worms & Grubs - Plastic worms and grubs are among the best fishing lures of all time. Plastic worms fished on a "Carolina Rig" have always been known as a great bass fishing lure. The entire plastic or rubber fishing bait market has been revolutionized by Berkley. Their Power and Gulp products are exactly like traditional plastics, except for the fact that theyve been impregnated with fish catching scents. Berkleys Power and Gulp plastics will actually out fish live bait in many instances. The lures just listed are the best fishing lures to catch both large and smallmouth bass. Are they the only fishing lures that can be used effectively? Of course not, but they are some of the more popular and effective fishing lures available to the average bass angler.