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Love fishing these lures. Thanks Mr. Frech and Numbskull for the help. 

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28 mins ago, Steel Pulse said:

Love fishing these lures. Thanks Mr. Frech and Numbskull for the help. 

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They look sweet, any for sale?

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Can’t sell stuff here and those were last years batch. All gone. I kept most of them. Thank you for the interest though. 

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Anyone ever hear the term (maybe)school bus plug? Single rear hook siwash on a corian body bomb with a reflective red strip down the middle? Coffin shaped. Indestructible body, never fished it after i found it at Camp Hero 20 or 30 or so years back. Artillery grade.

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Found the Newsday article that was published in May 1976. My copy is looking very aged. 

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5 hours ago, Steel Pulse said:

Love fishing these lures. Thanks Mr. Frech and Numbskull for the help. 

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Great picture Steel. Love the pluggage. Can't believe those are all gone geez. What is the action on the banana plug? It's a surface plug am i right?

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8 hours ago, phishallways said:

Anyone ever hear the term (maybe)school bus plug? Single rear hook siwash on a corian body bomb with a reflective red strip down the middle? Coffin shaped. Indestructible body, never fished it after i found it at Camp Hero 20 or 30 or so years back. Artillery grade.

Sounds like a "Line Stretcher"

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12 hours ago, Leifg said:

Found the Newsday article that was published in May 1976. My copy is looking very aged. 

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Brilliant...thanks! An excellent article. Its nice to see a Newsday article from those days to appreciate the quality of journalism back then. 

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On 7/16/2022 at 10:30 PM, Leifg said:

Found the Newsday article that was published in May 1976. My copy is looking very aged. 

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Thanks for posting this.  

I have been looking high and low !!

again thank you 

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1 hour ago, vineyardblues said:

Some great info , thanks again for posting.

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Those 3 plugs look like copies of Stan Gibbs Poppers, and a Gibbs darter.

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9 mins ago, Ditch Jigger said:

Those 3 plugs look like copies of Stan Gibbs Poppers, and a Gibbs darter.

They are all Jack Frech lures that he made . 

 

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2 hours ago, vineyardblues said:

Some great info , thanks again for posting.

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Really like Frechs use of silver/grey.  Not very common, but it sure catches fish.

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On 7/16/2022 at 9:06 PM, Steel Pulse said:

Love fishing these lures. Thanks Mr. Frech and Numbskull for the help. 

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No wonderbread? Come on man paint one up. 

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23 hours ago, vineyardblues said:

They are all Jack Frech lures that he made . 

 

Right, that's why I said "copies". ;) 

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