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Lures & Colors 1932-1947
Information presented on these pages has been verified through old Shur-Strike (S-S) documents & price lists except for a few question marks scattered throughout this effort that have yet to be “decoded”. I’ve decided to move ahead & share this knowledge with you now rather than wait for answers that may never surface. This version is an update of an earlier version as more data has been discovered in the last few years.
Every Shur-Strike collector approaches the challenging study of S-S in a different manner. Therefore, it’s logical that no two hobbyists can agree on every detail regarding: (for instance) catalog colors versus “Specials”, written color descriptions compared to actual lures in hand, non-catalog baits that may or may not be a S-S product, plus many other mysteries. As you will see, this area of collecting is a web of confusion because production of this line of lures was helter-skelter at best. This compilation is a modest attempt to sort out the details to the best of my abilities. I look forward to hearing from collectors who have other opinions & input toward this effort.
I believe Creek Chub introduced these baits in the early 1930’s to compete with other discount lures flooding the market. Although Shur-Strike lures were priced much less than the regular CCBCo line, they were far superior to most second quality baits. In fact, the paint & components were comparable to many competitors’ top line of lures. Creek Chub devised some new S-S designs, copied body styles from their own line, & “borrowed” many best selling series from their competitors.These baits were offered for as little as $1.00 a dozen to the trade! Creek Chub didn’t sell their Shur-Strike lures directly to the public. A 1933 CCBCo wholesale “special bulletin” depicts prices for the entire line then available; special discounts & recommended resale prices for these baits. If the lures were ordered in quantities of 100 or more, they were shipped mounted on showroom display cards. Due to a very competitive price structure they weren’t offered individually to any buyers.
Several Shur-Strike wholesale price lists from 1933-1941, actual examples from a 1947 CCBCo traveling salesman’s sample case, plus a group of documents from the CCBCo archives, were used to formulate the information used here. However, there is still much that is unknown. S-S lures may have been produced before this period of study (and certainly after), which will add much to the database if & when this info becomes available. Some series & color details were taken from original factory in-house records. Unlike the regular Creek Chub line, Shur-Strike lures didn’t have an illustrated color chart accompanying their price list. Therefore, it’s very difficult to match existing specimens against their original written color descriptions, especially the scale patterns. A comprehensive book on S-S lures will alleviate much of this confusion. It is entitled: "Shur-Strike Minnows: The History, Models & Colors of Creek Chub's Shur* Strike Lures", by Rick Osterholt. It can be ordered from: www.whitefishpress.com.
Many colors were painted specifically for certain stores with an angling department. These Special colors weren’t listed in the Shur-Strike price lists. Western Auto is but one good example.
As the years passed, the same Shur-Strike catalog lures/colors would sometimes take on new names (and numbers), apparently due to the whims of the person at Creek Chub in charge of producing the latest S-S price list. Also, modern collectors have given certain colors & series pet names that were never originally used. All of these inconsistencies have added to the Shur-Strike riddle. Perhaps someday additional data will be unveiled so collectors will have a clearer understanding of this desirable collectible from Creek Chub Bait Company.
*All weights & measurements were taken from Shur-Strike archive materials.
SHUR-STRIKE CATALOG COLORSCodes/colors for catalog colors can be explained in three general ways:
1. One series might use #1 for Frog color & another lure would employ a completely different color for the same number.
2.Some colors were given slightly different name changes over the years. I’ve sorted out these changes and they are listed below.
3.The same color might be given more than one number. Again, Frog was given #1, then a #19 designation.
Every series is listed by catalog lure code and colors to help clarify this jumble of confusion.
MATCHING SHUR-STRIKE LURES TO THE CORRECT BOXES
This compilation will allow you to possibly match the end code stamped on a Shur-Strike lure box against the many series listed below.
|ONLY SHUR-STRIKE CATALOG COLORS ARE LISTED BELOW|
|0||Pike Scale or Pikie|
|1||Frog (this # & color, #4 & #5 series only - also see SS#19)|
|1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish or Light Scale or Yellow Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|1||Green Scale (this color & #, FO & TO series only - also see SS #9)|
|1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|2||White & Red or White, Red Head (also see similar #44)|
|3||Black & Silver or Silver & Black Head or Aluminum Body & Black Head|
|3||Silver Scale (this color, #6 series only)|
|4||Yellow Body & Black Head or Yellow & Black|
|5||Red Side or Red Side on Aluminum
Note: 2 patterns of #5 color: Old Red Side (red portion of the scales on the side, extending to the back). New Red Side has aluminum scales & a blended red stripe on the side.
|5||Aluminum Body, Red Head (solid colors)|
|6||Brown Body, Scale Finish or Dark Scale or Silver Scale or Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish (collector's favorite: Shiner Scale)|
|9||Golden Scale or Gold Scale or Yellow Scale|
|9||Green Scale (FO, TO series only - also see #1)|
|10||Green Scale (collectors call it Green Gar)|
|11||Red Scale (actually, an Orange Scale)|
|11||Black, White Head (this # & color, CR & MO series only - also see similar #46)|
|13||All Black (also see #47)|
|14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch Scale|
|18||Silver Flitter or Silver Flash|
|19||Frog (also see #1 Frog). (Several variations)|
|20||White Scale (SD series only)|
|22||Yellow Body, Red Head (MO series only)|
|23||Grey or Grey Mouse (CR & MO series only)|
|24||Yellow Body, Black & Red Stripes (CR series only)|
|25||White Body, Red & Green Spots (CR Series only. See #43 for other baits)|
|31||Black & White Stripes (BGM & GM series only)|
|32||Red & White Stripes (BGM & GM series only)|
|40||Brown (PP series only)|
|43||Spotted (Strawberry). See #25 for CR Series|
|44||White, Red Head (this #, PP series only)|
|46||Black, White Head (this #, PP series only. See similar #11 Black & White)|
|47||All Black (this #, PP series only - also see #13)|
|48||All White (PP series only)|
|49||Pearl Grey (PP series only)|
|60||Orange & Black (FF series only)|
|61||Orange & White (FF series only)|
|62||Yellow & Black (FF series only)|
|63||Black (this # FF series only – actually Black w/ Orange Spots)|
|64||Green & Yellow Scale or Scale (FF series only)|
Any entry marked with a star (*) is data taken from Rick Osterholt’s Shur-Strike site.
Sometimes the name of the same color was changed from one year to the next.
If I found these name changes while researching a particular series, they are listed below.
|#4 Series (“Round Nose Pikie” Style) 4 ½”, ¾ oz.
Similar to the “P” series Pikie but the #4 series has a rounded nose & is listed as ¼” longer. The #4 series came first; a very rare bait in any color.
|4-2||White & Red|
|4-3||Black & Silver|
|#5 Series (“Round Nose Jointed Pikie” Style) 4 ½”, ¾ oz.
Similar to the “PJ” series Jointed Pikie except the #5 series has a rounded nose & is listed as ¼” longer. The #5 series came first. This series may have never made it off of the drawing board because I 'm not aware of a specimen in collector's hands.
|5-2||White & Red|
|5-3||Silver & Black Head|
|#6 Series (“Wiggle Wizard” Style) 2 ½”, approx. ½ oz .
Rare in ANY color.
|6-2||White & Red Head|
|A Style (“Slant Nose”) 3 ½”, approx. ¾ oz.|
|A-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish or Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|A-2||White & Red|
|A-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|A-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|A-6||Brown Body, Scale Finish or Dark Scale or Shiner Scale|
|A-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|A-11||Red Scale (actually, an Orange Scale)|
|B Style (“Baby Slant Nose”) 2 ¾”, approx. 5/8 oz .|
|B-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish or Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|B-2||White & Red|
|B-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|B-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|B-6||Brown Body, Scale Finish or Dark Scale or Shiner Scale|
|B-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|B-11||Red Scale (actually, Orange Scale)|
|C Style (“Surface Spinner/Surf Oreno Style”) 3 ½”, approx. ¾ oz.
C Style Surf Oreno: To the best of my knowledge, this lure was produced from 1932 to 1941. The code was changed C.1937 from C to SO and the size was changed from 3 ½” & ¾ oz. to 2 ¾” & ½ oz. The Surf Oreno assumed the D (Baby Surf Oreno) dimensions and the Baby Surf Oreno name was dropped. Some size and spinner variations exist.
|C-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish or Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|C-2||White & Red|
|C-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|C-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|C-6||Brown Back, Scale Finish or Dark Scale or Shiner Scale|
|C-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|C-11||Red Scale (actually, Orange Scale)|
|D Style (“Baby Surface Spinner, Baby Surf Oreno Style”) 2 ¾”, approx. ½ oz.
D Style Baby Surf Oreno: Offered in a 1932 dealer price list and in the 1933 Creek Chub catalog. Nothing after 1936 except a 1939 in-house typed list that is confusing.
It describes the bait but at a different weight than usual and the same price as a Surf Oreno! This is the first and last listing I find with the BSO code instead of the usual D code.
|D-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish or Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|D-2||White & Red|
|D-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|D-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|D-6||Brown Back, Scale Finish or Dark Scale or Shiner Scale|
|D-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|D-11||Red Scale (actually, Orange Scale)|
|E Style (“Underwater Spinner Minnow”) 3 ¼”, 5/8 oz.
This E Series eventually was renamed the UW Series
|E-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish. (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|E-2||White & Red|
|E-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|E-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|E-6||Brown Back, Scale Finish or Shiner Scale|
|G Style (“Slope Nose”) 4 1/8”, approx. 5/8 oz.|
|G-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish. (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|G-2||White & Red|
|G-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|G-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|G-6||Brown Back, Scale Finish or Shiner Scale|
|H Style (“Shovel-Nose”) 3 ½”, approx. 5/8 oz.
Note: Listed in the 2002 CCBCo collector guidebook as Style F.
|H-1||Yellow Back, Scale Finish. (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|H-2||White & Red|
|H-4||Yellow Body, Black Head|
|H-5||Aluminum Body, Red Head|
|H-6||Brown Back, Scale Finish or Shiner Scale|
|J Style (“ Sarasota” Style) 4 ¼”, ¾ oz.
The patterns in SS differ from those in this same lure from Creek Chub. That is, except possibly the Red Head & White Sarasota. Not enough of this series exists to verify this theory.
|J-2||White & Red|
|K Style (“Lobotomy Wiggler”) 2 ½”, 5/8 oz.|
|K-2||White & Red|
|K-3||Black & Silver|
|K-9||Gold Scale (aka Golden Shiner)|
|L Style (“Floating Spinner”) 4”, ¾ oz.
Similar to style R (Gar Minnow) except L style has two trebles. Style R has three trebles.
|L-2||White & Red|
|L-3||Aluminum Body, Black Head|
|L-9||Yellow Scale (aka Golden Shiner)|
|O Style (*V-Groove) 3 ¾”, 5/8 oz.
Note: Floating, diving. Most experts believe this to be the SS Bass Oreno type.
|O-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|O-2||White & Red|
|O-4||Yellow & Black|
|O-6||Dark Scale (usually called Shiner Scale)|
|O-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|O-11||Red Scale (actually an Orange Scale)|
|P Series (“Pikie” Style or “Imitation Pikie”) 4 ¼”, ¾ oz.
Similar to the #4 series except the P series doesn't have a rounded head.
There are several variations within this P series:
1. Flat head, horizontally inserted lip. 2. Flat head & long ventral lip. 3. Flat head, chin tie. 4. Flat head, indented eyes, long ventral lip (compare with the HV series). You will see other minor variaitons but they can't be covered here due to space restrictions.
|P-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|P-2||White & Red|
|P-4||Yellow & Black|
|P-6||Many name changes: Dark Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish, (collectors prefer Shiner Scale)|
|P-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|P-11||Red Scale (actually Orange Scale)|
|P-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|Q Series (V-Groove Bass Oreno) 3 1/2”, 5/8 oz.
SS note: Grooved head, floater-diver
Sold by the dozen in one color (no mixed color lots) or offered as part of an assortment pack with Series "X"& "Y". Four lures from each series. No list of colors were detailed in the old Shur-Strike documents for this or the “X” & “Y” series. One collector has seven different colors.
|R Series (“Gar Minnow” Style) 4”, ¾ oz.
See GM series below
|X Series (*Pointed Nose Wiggler
SS note: sharp nose, diamond head minnow.
See “Q” series for more information about this & the “Y” Series.
No list of colors but one collector has five different examples.
|Y Series (*Concave Belly Darter) 3”, 5/8 oz.
SS note: V mouth, sloping head, and concave belly.
See “Q” series for more information about this & the “X” Series.
No slate of colors but one collector has six different examples.
|BBO Series (“Baby Bass Oreno” Style) 2 ¾”, 5/8 oz .|
|BBO-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|BBO-2||White & Red|
|BBO-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|BBO-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish|
|BBO-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|BGM Series (“Baby Gar Minnow” Style) 3 ¼”, 5/8 oz.
A copy of the Eger Baby Dillinger bait, NOT a small version of the #2900 Series CCBCO Gar Minnow.
|BGM-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|BGM-2||White & Red|
|BGM-5||Red Side Scale|
|BGM-14||Chain Perch Scale|
|BGM-31||Black & White Stripes|
|BGM-32||Red & White Stripes|
|BIM Series (“Baby Injured Minnow” Style) 2 ¾”, ½ oz.
S-S Catalog note: other colors furnished on request.
|BIM-2||White & Red|
|BIM-5||Red Side Scale|
|BIM-18||Silver Flash or Silver Flitter|
|BO Series (“Bass Oreno” Style or “Bass-A-Lure”) 3 ¾”, ¾ oz.
Also see O series.
|BO-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|BO-2||White & Red|
|BO-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|BO-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow|
|BO-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|BP Series (“Baby Pikie” Style) 3 ¼”, 5/8 oz.|
|BP-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|BP-2||White & Red|
|BP-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|BP-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish|
|BP-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|BPJ Series (“Baby Jointed Pikie” Type) 3 ¼”, ¾ oz.|
|BPJ-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|BPJ-2||White & Red|
|BPJ-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|BPJ-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish|
|BPJ-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|BSO Series (“Baby Surf Oreno” Style) 2 3/4”, 1/2 oz.
Originally a D Style Baby Surf Oreno: Offered in a 1932 dealer price list and in the 1933 Creek Chub catalog. Nothing after 1936 except a 1939 in-house typed list that is confusing. It describes the bait but at a different weight than usual.
This is the first and last listing I find with the BSO code instead of the usual D code.
|BSO-2||White & Red|
|CR Series (“Heddon Crab” Style) 2 ¾”, 5/8 oz.|
|CR-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|CR-2||White & Red|
|CR-24||Yellow Body, Black & Red Stripes|
|CR-25||White Body, Red & Green Spots (Strawberry)|
|FF Series (“Fast Fish” or “Helin” Style) 4”, approx. 3/8 oz.
FF known with: 2, 3 or 4 hooks
|FF-2||White & Red|
|FF-5||Red Side Scale|
|FF-60||Orange & Black|
|FF-61||Orange & White|
|FF-62||Yellow & Black (with red spots)|
|FF-63 Black||(with orange spots)|
|FF-64||Scale (a unique green scale)|
|FHR and FRR Series (“Floating Heddon Runt” or “Floating River Master” or “Floating River Runt” Style). 3 ¼”, ½ oz.
The series code was changed to FHR in 1939. Both codes are listed here.
|FHR or FRR-0||Pike Scale|
|FHR or FRR-1YP||Yellow Perch|
|FHR or FRR-2||White & Red|
|FHR or FRR-5||Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|FHR or FRR-6||Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish (all are Shiner Scale)|
|FHR or FRR-8||Rainbow|
|FHR or FRR-14||Chain Perch|
|FHR or FRR-18||Silver Flitter|
|FHR or FRR-19||Frog|
|FO Series (“Fly-Oreno” Style) 1”, weight 1/10 oz.|
|FO-1||Green Scale (later FO-9)|
|FO-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|FO-2||White & Red|
|FO-5||Red Side Scale|
|FO-9||Green Scale (originally FO-1)|
|FRR Series (“Floating River Runt” Style) 3 ¼”, ½ oz.
See FHR / FRR Series above.
|GM Series (“Gar Minnow” Style, known earlier as “Style R”) 4”, ¾ oz . A copy of the Eger Dillinger bait, NOT the CCBCo #2900 Series Gar Minnow. Two different letter codes used on this bait.|
|R-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|GM-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|R-2 & GM-2||White & Red|
|R-4||Yellow & Black|
|GM-5||Red Side Scale|
|R-6 & GM-6||Dark Scale, Shiner Scale|
|R-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|R-11||Red Scale (actually Orange Scale)|
|GM-14||Chain Perch Scale|
|GM-31||Black & White Stripe|
|GM-32||Red & White Stripe|
HR or RR Series (“River Master” or “River Runt” Style or “River Rascal”)
2 ½”, 5/8 oz.
|HR or RR-0||Pike Scale|
|RR-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|HR or RR-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|HR or RR-2||White & Red|
|HR or RR-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|HR or RR-6||Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Shiner Scale or Heddon P Finish|
|HR or RR-8||Rainbow|
|HR or RR-14||Chain Perch or Perch Scale|
|HRJ or RRJ Series (“Jointed River Master” or “Jointed River Runt” Style)
3 ¼”, 5/8 oz.
The series code was changed from RRJ to HRJ in 1939.
|HRJ or RRJ-0||Pike Scale|
|HRJ or RRJ-1YP||Yellow Perch|
|HRJ or RRJ-2||White & Red|
|HRJ or RRJ-5||Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|HRJ or RRJ-6||Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish (all are Shiner Scale)|
|HRJ or RRJ-8||Rainbow|
|HRJ or RRJ-14||Chain Perch|
|HRJ or RRJ-18||Silver Flitter|
|HRJ or RRJ-19||Frog|
|HV Series (“Heddon Vamp” Style) 4 ¼”, 3 /4 oz.
Some say this bait is larger in diameter than a Pikie but I used a micrometer on both types and they are within a few hundredths of each other. An indented eye Pikie was also offered.
A Shur-Strike HV bait will have ALL of the following features: Slant lip, two hooks, indented eyes, not flat on top of head
|HV-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|HV-2||White & Red|
|HVJ Series (“Jointed Heddon Vamp” Style) 4 ¼”, ¾ oz.
This series can be identified if it has all the features as mentioned under the HV series.
|HVJ-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|HVJ- 1YP||Yellow Perch|
|HVJ-2||White & Red|
|IM Series (“Injured Minnow” Style” or “Crippled Minnow” Style) 3 ¾”, ¾ oz.
S-S Catalog note: other colors furnished on request. Most will have ONE side hook but later examples were sometimes ordered with two side hooks (similar to CCBCo Inj. Minnows). Look at the paint patterns to tell the difference.
|IM-2||White & Red|
|IM-5||Red Side Scale (listed as Green Scale, 1936 S-S document)|
|IM-18||Silver Flash or Silver Flitter|
|MBO Series (“Midget Bass Oreno” Style) 2 ½”, ½ oz.|
|MBO-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|MBO-2||White & Red|
|MBO-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|MBO-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish|
|MBO-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|MO Series (“Shakespeare Mouse” Style) 2 ½”, 5/8 oz.|
|MO-2||White & Red|
|MO-11||Black, White Head|
|MO-22||Yellow Body, Red Head|
|MP Series (“Midget Pikie” Style) 3”, ½ oz.|
|MP-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|MP-2||White & Red Head|
|MP-5||Red Side Scale|
|MP-14||Chain Perch Scale|
|PJ Series (“Jointed Pikie” Style) 4 ¼”, 3/4oz.
Similar to the #5 Series but the “PJ” Series has a flattened head & is listed as ¼” shorter.
|PJ-1||Yellow Scale (aka “Peanut Butter”)|
|PJ-2||White & Red|
|PJ-5||Red Side or Silver Scale, Red Side on Aluminum|
|PJ-6||Shiner Scale or Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow|
|PJ-10||Green Scale (known as Green Gar)|
|PJ-11||Red Scale (actually Orange Scale)|
|PJ-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|PL Series (“Plunker” Style) 3”, ½ oz.|
|PL-2||White & Red|
|PL-6||Silver Scale, Red Side on Yellow or Heddon P Finish (both are Shiner Scale)|
|PP Series (“Paw Paw Mouse” Style) 2 ¼”, ½ oz.|
|PP-44||White, Red Head|
|PP-46||Black, White Head|
|PS Series (“Petite Spinner”) 1 ¾”, ½ oz.
Listed in the in-house documents as “Pumpkin Seed” series but listed in Shur-Strike price list as “PS” series. A close copy of the Paw Paw Pumpkin Seed.
|PS-2||White & Red|
|PS-5||Red Side Scale|
|PS-14||Chain Perch Scale|
|RR Series (“River Runt” Style or “River Rascal”) 2 ½”, 5/8 oz.
See HR/ RR series above.
|RRJ Series (“ Jointed River Runt” Style)
See HRJ/ RRJ listed above.
|SD Series (“Small Dude” Style) 1 7/8”, ½ oz.|
|SD-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|SD-2||White & Red|
|SD-5||Red Side Scale|
|SO Series (“Surface Oreno” Style or “Surface Minnow”) 3 1/2 " & 5/8 oz.
C Style Surf Oreno: To the best of my knowledge, this lure was produced from 1932 to 1941. The code was changed c.1937 from C to SO and the size was changed from 3 ½” & ¾ oz. to 2 ¾” & ½ oz. The Surf Oreno assumed the D (Baby Surf Oreno) dimensions and the Baby Surf Oreno name was dropped. Some size and spinner variations exist.
|SO-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|SO-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|SO-2||White & Red|
|SO-14||Perch Scale or Chain Perch|
|TO Series (“Trout-Oreno” Style) 1 ¾”, weight 1/4 oz.|
|TO-1||Green Scale (see TO-9)|
|TO-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|TO-2||White & Red|
|TO-5||Red Side Scale|
|TO-9||Green Scale (originally TO-1)|
|TT Series (“Two Thousand Darter” Style) 3 ¾”, 5/8 oz.
The head profile is different than CCBCo Darters.
|TT-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|TT-2||White & Red|
|TT-5||Red Side Scale|
|TT-9||Green Side Scale|
|TT-14||Chain Perch Scale|
|UW Series (“Underwater Minnow”) 3”, ¾ oz.
The E Series eventually was renamed the UW Series.
|UW-1||Light Scale (aka "Peanut Butter")|
|UW-1YP||Yellow Perch Scale|
|UW-2||White & Red|