Years Produced: 1926 – 1978 Length: 4 1/2” Weight: 1 oz.
General Notes: One of Creek Chub’s best “fish catchers”. Also seen in a multitude of special colors. The earliest examples had double line ties. Rarely, a bait emerges with one of the two line ties under the chin instead of on its nose. By 1961 tack eye lures replaced the glass eyes. A Deep Diver enlarged lip was first offered as an option in 1950. Plastic lures were also teamed with wooden lures beginning in 1961.
of Pictured Lure:
#2600 Y in Yellow Pickerel finish. The rear section painted in bright yellow, the fore section in a gold glitter which was easily ruined once this bait was fished. This color & the Red Pickerel were produced only in the #2600 & #2700 series.