Years Produced: 1954 – 1956
Length: 1 3/8” (wooden section only) Weight: .3 oz.
General Notes: A totally new concept introduced in mid 1954. The wooden body is mounted on a modified “Z” shaped metal platform. The front angle is the marked lip. The metal body section has a hole which allows a screw eye to affix the plate to the wood body. A belly treble is attached to the screw eye. The metal rear section turns upward. Another screw eye enters through it into the body. A metal flange is attached to the eye which in turn holds a trailing treble. All spinning baits have painted eyes. A larger version is the #500 Spoontail which is part of the series with replacement numbers & not part of this study.
of Pictured Lure:
#9101 in Perch. “Creek Chub” on the lip, “Spoon-Tail” gold imprinted on lure’s back, painted eyes. This series made in four colors.