They’re old, but years of use have little meaning.
Some of that squirrel or deer hair may even be falling out,
Or paint may be chipped, cracked and faded, but...
That’s not a problem for a good lure.
The truth is, good lures get better with age.
No doubt the stories of their accomplishments improve as time goes on.
And don’t be fooled. Good lures don’t use gimmicks like batteries and flashing lights – like some touted these days by upscale faux fishermen with fast boats, Eddie Bauer uniforms and glow-in-the-dark fishing line.
Good lures are like old friends. They’re ready even when it rains.
Anyone can be ready when the sun is shining.
So it was no surprise that these lures were ready and posed like indifferent New York super models.
So let’s raise our glass of chilled Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer to the Fisherman’s best friends…
Here’s to good lures.