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About Seidner

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  1. You have 1970's Heddon 150 minnows. They are painted eyes and surface hardware. In the condition they are in with original boxes at a lure show you could buy these for around $50 each. More or less. Hope this helps.
  2. Your reel is most likely american and 1860's to 1890, side mount reel, not sure who made it but I think it's a highly collectible reel, the right collector would give his first born for it. Check out the ORCA website. I think reel might be worth 4 figures. Great find
  3. right on the money here, you can find them a bit cheaper but $75 is about right Wheatley has made boxes in all sorts of configurations some are very rare and highly collectible. I once had a wheatley flask that came in a leather case, nice...
  4. Just found this. Pretty sure 2005 was my first FF, when Bob Pop and Steve Farrar were tying flies. It's definitely a lifetime ago. Things change not always for the better. Bittersweet for sure.
  5. RIP my friend, I've been gone from here for a while now, came back today and saw this. Steve was one of a kind, in the best possible way.
  6. 10x10 flies. Here are a few from my collection. Not for sale at this time.








  7. I have an Orvis Saltrodder fly rod, 9 foot 2 piece for a 7 wt. great condition, with Original Cordura case and sock, $170.00 shipped in the USA,
  8. The CCBco five hooker in the middle is pretty rare, lures look to be in minty shape, would love to see lid, box is awesome. Don't give them away.
  9. Good to see everyone having a good time. Getting harder and harder to get away now a days, have to try to make it down next year.
  10. second vote for Montague
  11. I can do that. I'll PM you my info. thanks.
  12. Pretty decent Penn 700 spinfisher, everything works, strong bail, can probably use some grease and general cleaning. as found condition. $70 shipped to lower 48
  13. Definitely from the sixties, maybe even the late fifties, don't know who made it but if you are going to fish, you need to clean up all the corrosion on guides or your line will not hold up.
  14. Most likely made by Thomas Chub or even Montague. Solid rod, with trumpet guides, spigot ferrules, boat trolling rod, Ca. 1920's. Trumpet guides were easy to rig while in a moving boat or windy conditions, or better explanation for older folk with poor vision. Nice rod, not much value maybe $50 but awesome wall hanger with a vintage reel.
  15. After Sept. 30th. it's C&R only, just a reminder. Streams look great right now, a bit on the high side. Careful wading Beaverkill, anything over 800 to 900 CFS is hard to wade, good luck and post pics.