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Three nights ago, I left my Plug bag and surf belt on a rock at a local fishing area in Rhode Island. By the time I went back to get them they were gone. If anyone here has happened to come across these items, please reach out. I can name location, brand, belt accessories, and plug bag contents. Any help to recover these items is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Supreme small bag (used once) $30 7 bomber type plugs (5 bombers, 2 unsure) $25 10 bucktails (3 new spro) $15 3 jars uncle josh (open, few missing) $10 2 atom poppers $10 9 metals $20 Assorted teasers, fluke rigging stuff $2 5 jig heads $3 Everything for $100 Shipping/PP for whole lot add $10 Pick up in Red Bank, NJ
sexyfishsticks posted a topic in Tackle CollectorsHi all greeting from Australia, I generally fish for food and fun and ive always seen old Pfluegers for sale but never bit the bullet and bought one, but last week in an inebriated state (best conditions for fleabay purchases) I struck down my hard earned plastic on a bid for 3 old reels. Someone once told me that they came in cellulose gel from the factory but I never heard any more about it and decided to find out for myself; due to photos photos taken by the worst photographer on earth I encountered no opposing bidders and two weeks later this arrived and the fun and games began. I plan on taking one apart and rebuilding it every couple days and see how it goes for anyone else interested. Happiness come in boxes Out in the sunlight I determined that these had never really been used The Ackron was the worst in terms of condition, but the "scratches" are just handling and buffing it with a clean rag removes almost all blemishes Corrosion on the handles made me a bit sad, but considering the price I paid I couldn't complain The Supreme was also in great knick and had only a couple "scratches" which also buffed. Started by pulling off the cellulose covers to reveal a untarnished surface underneath; I was expecting the complete opposite due to moisture but alas First hiccup of the night was the Bakelite handles shattering, they were broken underneath the cellulose. I assume they were either affected by the corrosion expansion or simply too old, but the other handles came out perfect.