I Buy Old Fishing Lures

I Buy Old Fishing Lures

I Buy Old Fishing Lures

Fishing Lure Brands I Buy

I usually like to focus on these brands of lures, but I am open to lures not on this list as well. 

  • Abbey & Imbrie Lures
  • Arbogast Lures
  • Acetta Lures
  • Bite-Em Bate Company Lures
  • Bomber Bait Company Lures
  • Creek Chub Lures
  • Ever Ready Lures
  • Welsh & Graves Lures
  • Heddon
  • Dowagiac
  • Bagley
  • Southbend
  • Decoy
  • Paw Paw
  • Smithwick
  • Shakespeare
  • Spoon Fishing Lures
  • Trout and bass metal spoon lures
  • Crankbait spoon lures
  • Spinner spoon lures
  • Crankbait saltwater tackle hooks
  • Spoon blade fishing lures
  • Crankbait hook minnow spoon
  • Bass Treble Hooks tackle
  • Metal jigging spoon
  • Spinner bait trout metal spoon
  • Metal LED Light

Wood Fishing Lures

  • Pflueger Kent Floating Frog
  • Pflueger ALL-IN ONE
  • Pflueger Lure Mustang
  • Congress Game Fish Minnow
  • Pflueger Wood Spinner Fly Bug
  • Split Minnow Lure – C.B. Co.
  • Folk Art Fishing Lures
  • Barracuda Wee Dalton Lures
  • Split Wood Lures
  • South Bend Wood Lures
  • Arbogast Magnum Wood Jitterbug Lures
  • Plastic Fishing Lures
  • Crankbait Plastic Fishing Lures
  • Crankbait Spinner Baits
  • Jointed Plastic Fishing Lures
  • Storm Wildeye Plastic Fishing Lures
Vintage fishing lures

Are Old Lures Worth Money?

Many people wonder if old fishing lures are worth any money. The fact of the matter is that they can be very valuable and worth a lot of money. It really depends on the brand because some lures are worth more than others. It also depends on how rare the lure is, when it was made, the condition it’s in, and if it comes in the original packaging. Having the original box can make the lure more valuable.

But don’t just take my word for it! Check out this article at Wide Open Spaces about “9 Vintage Fishing Lure’s Worth More Than You’d Imagine.” If you have any of these lures, I’d say you may be in for a big surprise. 

Do You Buy Newer Lures?

Actually, yes. Sometimes I buy lures that are not really considered “old” or “antique”. As a collector, I am always interested in any kind of lures, including ones that aren’t vintage. If you have a newer lure that you are interested in selling, just contact me and end me a picture for a free appraisal.

I buy fishing lures

Selling Old Fishing Lures?
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