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Antique Fishing Tackle

Who doesn't like to unwrap their special gift on a surprise birthday?  Well, the same can be said when you discover an old tackle box through a friend or through your own searching.

However, there can be a big difference in the value your new tackle box discovery can give you.  Along with your discovery of old lures and other fishing gear, there also comes the history, the thoughts and wonderment of the big one that got away, and the possibility of cementing a lifelong relationship with those who also share your passion.

That being said, you can now dive head first into the magnetic and addicting world of antique fishing tackle collecting with the websites we have included for you here (see below):

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Antiquelures.com includes 155 pages of extensive fishing lure resources. This site is the oldest fishing lure and tackle site on the Internet established in 1997, and they have already paid out over $1,790,000 in 10 years of buying lures.

Toughlures.com buys, sells, and trades antique fishing lures.

Antiquefishinglures.com buys, sells, and trades antique fishing lures.

NFLCC.org is the National Fishing Lure Collectors Club and was founded in 1976. This non-profit organization assists members in the location, identification, and trading of vintage fishing related gear including reels, rods, catalogs, advertising, minnow traps and buckets, creels, etc.

Collectorsweekly.com covers 71 genres of antique collecting. The page we have included for you (at the time of this research) includes over 1600 antique fishing lures, over 100 vintage fishing rods, and over 700 vintage fishing reels to drool over...




























Mitzi Skiff
Mitzi Skiffs