2 edition of Florida lure makers and their lures found in the catalog.
Florida lure makers and their lures
Douglas J. Brace
|Statement||by Douglas J. Brace, Russell D. Riddle, Jr., W.H. Bill Stuart, Jr.|
|Contributions||Riddle, Russell D., Stuart, W. H. Bill.|
|LC Classifications||SH448 .B73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 v. :|
|LC Control Number||95077887|
Johnny Garland, and Lewis Townsend have written books on the areas of collecting they are passionate about (Lewis’ Pfeffer book will be out soon). And we can’t forget the Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures, written by Doug Brace, Bill Stuart and Russ Riddle with contributions by many of our members. What incredible reference material these. Four Tees Dolphin Lure This lure is a Four Tees Dolphin lure. This antique fishing lure was made by William of Bill Bales from Tampa Florida in the early ’s. Like many lure makers lore begins with a pocket knife and necessity, we hear the same of William’s. As with many Americans in the throws of [ ].
Bill Stuarts books “Florida Lures and Their Makers” is available for purchase, by contacting Bill Stuart @ [email protected] Please consider supporting these authors by purchasing their works, many stories including this couldn’t have been told without. Snook Minnow Lure . And Florida collectors are finding wealth in their backyards, in the form of handmade lures turned out by the state's cottage-industry lure makers earlier this century.
Open up any old tackle box found in the basement of your grandparents house, or at a local flea market, and you may strike gold. Some antique lures are collectible, some catch fish just as well as. Bill Stuart writes in Vol. III of his historical works “Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures” (If you don’t have this series YOU NEED to find and buy them, the information included is a life’s work) that the base configuration or Golddigger primary material was a .
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Florida lure makers and their lures: A history, identification, and relative value guide Unknown Binding – January 1, by Douglas J Brace (Author) See all formats Author: Douglas J Brace.
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Florida lure makers and their lures by Douglas J. Brace,Museum of Fishing edition, in English. Florida Lures Patent Book: Presented in three-ring binder format, the book includes pages of drawings taken from Florida lure makers and their lures book lure patents granted from - It is indexed by inventor name, as well as by patent date.
Florida lure makers and their lures by Douglas J. Brace; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Lure makers (Fishing), Fishing lures, History; Places: Florida. James Upshur Roane was borne in Hampton, Virginia in and in he moved to Winter Park, Florida. and Russell Riddle in “Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures” (Currently out of print).
The information we have provided is only a portion of the story. If interested in purchasing this book, please reach out to other collectors in our. Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures by Bill Stuart, et al. Volumes I - VII are available by email at: [email protected]: the Peppers of Rome, N.Y by Jack Gallagher with Larry Mayer Order from the author by e-mail at: [email protected]: Antique Fishing Reels by Steven K.
Vernon. He co-authored a book on the subject, “Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures," in “We've published six volumes of it, and we're working on the seventh and eighth volumes," Stuart said. Buy Florida lure makers and their lures: A history, identification, and relative value guide by Douglas J Brace (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Douglas J Brace. The State of Florida was home to a large number of lure makers. Some were big commercial enterprises. Others were backyard craftsmen who were making lures only for themselves and friends to fish with. From large to small, the Florida lure makers produced a.
Trader Bay Lures made is Fort Myers, Florida. Packaging was a simple plastic bag with a cardboard advertisement stapled with instructions on how to fish.
The back of this one reads “The Sea Dude is a medium sinker and a sure killer for trout, snook and redfish. Recommended for. The story also depicts places like Indian River Lagoon, Mosquito Lagoon, The Cape Kennedy Space Center where several other famous Florida lure makers worked and how the government condemned the 40 acres Price owned for his fish camp.
This story and many others can be found in Volume II of “Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures”. Dedicated to Barracuda lures and baits.
Find information on Barracuda brand lures - Florida Fishing Tackle Mfg Company. and Russell Riddle in “Florida Lure Makers and Their Lures” (Currently out of print). The information we have provided is only a portion of the story. If interested in purchasing this book, please reach out to other.
Lawrence went on to college at the University of Florida. Following graduation Lawrence became a book keeper at a citrus plant in Lakeland and Ed was in real estate sales.
Lawrence was known as a good fisherman and over the years carved a number of lures for himself. Florida Lure Makers Blessed with an abundance of gamefish and a year-round season, it's not surprising Florida's lure makers played a significant role in the evolution of artificial baits.
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Antique fishing lures and old fishing tackle, including antique Florida lures and antique Heddon fishing lures. Resources for those interested in the hobby of collecting antique fishing lures. Re: A List of Lure and Bait Makers - 08/08/08 AM I bought a couple bottles of LaVerne Israelson's lures many years ago after reading his full page ads in Fur-Fish-Game month after month.
He was based out of Thief River Falls, Minnesota (that should have tipped me off and sent up a red flag, right there).According to Bill Stuart's book series, "Florida Lure Makers & Their Lures", the Four Tees Bait Company began production in a small shop in Tampa, Florida, August The slogan read "The Topper That's Tops!" Using simple tools, William Bales slowly carved his niche in Florida.