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Ben Lippen

Spoons !!

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A new friend who I'm just starting to teach surf fishing, pulled out a couple of his departed father in law's old tackle boxes...

I had to dive in and take pictures, lol.

 

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Wadda  all y'all think?

I'm curious about a bunch. Them "soft plastic"  ones in pic 3/5 by the big spoon. That little metal in the last pics....

 

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I have a soft spot for old spoons, as my late grandfather left a bunch for me. Used for decades catching pike in northern Scandinavia, and are some of my only memories of him. 

 

That collection is 100% badass!

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My dad had many of those,  1st pic,center compartment. One looks like an old lurhs Jensen. 

That bunker spoon looks like it is missing the keel weight. 

Nice old stuff :howdy:

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13 mins ago, looney tunes said:

This looks like a willow spinner blade hooked up in reverse.

Like the old june bug spinners people used for walleye.

 

 

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Backwards rigged Cape Cod Spinner

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That’s a Niantic Bay spinner. Was very popular in the 60’s & 70’s. We added a short snelled hook and trolled sand worms for schoolies when the size limit was 16”. 

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