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Earlier I posted a picture of some of my plugs which resembled the picture of plugs in Mr Crabtree Goes Fishing".

One plug which I didn't have at the time I now own but it is still in America. It was due to reach me but Covid interfered. It's a Pfleuger Globe lure.

When I eventually receive it I will set up a display which will be very similar to the Crabtree picture.

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I'm particularly fond of the American wooden bass lures but that one's a new one to me :Thumb:

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Liphook wrote: Thu Mar 17, 2022 11:32 am I'm particularly fond of the American wooden bass lures but that one's a new one to me :Thumb:
They do a variety of sizes of this plug including a shorter one and a longer one they call musky size.

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I've was gifted this metal display quite a while ago. It measures 12x16in. I think these sorts of displays are quite common in America and anglers put them in their fishing rooms.

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Phil Arnott wrote: Thu Mar 17, 2022 11:12 am Earlier I posted a picture of some of my plugs which resembled the picture of plugs in Mr Crabtree Goes Fishing".

One plug which I didn't have at the time I now own but it is still in America. It was due to reach me but Covid interfered. It's a Pfleuger Globe lure.

When I eventually receive it I will set up a display which will be very similar to the Crabtree picture.

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Very nice Phil. Old American plugs and lures fascinate me, there's alot of history in them. I remember seeing your set up depicting the picture of the plugs in Mr Crabtree goes fishing. I'm looking forward to seeing the updated version.
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Phil Arnott wrote: Thu Mar 17, 2022 2:29 pm I've was gifted this metal display quite a while ago. It measures 12x16in. I think these sorts of displays are quite common in America and anglers put them in their fishing rooms.

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Also very nice too Phil. They did some superb angling advertising and artwork.

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