Years Produced: 1939 – 1954 Length: 2 1/2” Weight: .6 oz.
General Notes: A very unusual lure. Combines the features of three baits: a modified Plunker face except it’s angled so the right edge is closer to the glass eye than the left. It has two hooks & a lead weight on the right side so it acts like an Injured Minnow. Finally, a flat hair tail like a Dinger. The two most expensive colors are #24 Redwing Blackbird or #25 White Scale. Creek Chub wrote “Destined to be one of the greatest surface lures ever produced”.
of Pictured Lure:
#6218 in Silver Flash. Has a red mouth & usual olive green shading around eyes & front section of top, blending into a silver chain pattern down its back. Silver glitter on the sides & a white belly. A red & white horsehair tail compliments the paint pattern.