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Arbogast Goodies

Post by rivermandave » Mon Feb 28, 2011 2:56 pm

Here's one pic of some I have....more to come thumbsupsmilie
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Re: Arbogast Goodies

Post by MXB » Mon Feb 28, 2011 3:10 pm

You are teasing me RMD . . . A few supernice ones there especially the spots and the white one thumbsupsmilie

You've been busy sorting again!!

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Re: Arbogast Goodies

Post by rivermandave » Mon Feb 28, 2011 3:20 pm

NOT teasing you my friend...actually took this pic almost a year ago howdy thumbsupsmilie crazysmilie

The red and orange spotted ones continue to get good $$$ on Ebay....as does the white ribbed one yay

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Post by Mully » Wed Mar 02, 2011 3:47 pm

bloody awesome mate as usual the Yank with the knowledge and teasing material lol we call USA members yanks just an ozzy expression and no offence meant hope its ok you can call us skippys if ya like lol

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Post by Mully » Wed Mar 02, 2011 3:49 pm

i love the hula poppers and are probably my main collection of abo's and the crawfish

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Post by rivermandave » Thu Mar 03, 2011 12:53 am

No offense taken Mully...I've been called MUCH worse than that lol

Did you guys notice the 2 flockers in the bunch above ??? nahnah

Here's a few of the Hula's I have....this pic is about a year old too. cww

Marked lures have beens spoken for...and I have not done any cleaning on these yet. crazysmilie

And I have to dig out some skirts for them. smckin

Lures in boxes are correct for the codes on them thumbsupsmilie
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Post by rivermandave » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:38 am

Here's a couple of pics of some Arbogast lures.

Here's a list of what's in the 1st pic...

6 Arby's......... 1st introduced in ?
3 Hula Pikes..... 1st introduced in 1962
4 Hustlers....... 1st introduced in 1965
2 Tru-Shad....... 1st introduced in 1964
2 Bug-Eye........ 1st introduced in 1964
1 Chatter-Chub... 1st introduced in ?

2nd pic has 6 Arbogast saltwater Lures + empty box.

Below is a list of what's in the pic. I have the list arranged by year as to what I have seen on the NFLCC Reference site at this link...

http://nflcc.org/CPG/thumbnails.php?album=14&page=4

Years indicated don't necessarily mean the lures were introduced during that year.

Scooter box.....1960
Skinny-Minny....1960
Dasher..........1968
Scudder.........1968
Hammerhead......1982
Dorado..........1982

Here's the model & color codes for each of them...

Scooter...........None (Empty unmarked box)
Skinny-Minny......None color Green Scale
Dasher............2300 26
Scudder...........2430 03
Hammerhead (box)..2530 105
Hammerhead (big)..2600 130
Dorado..............50 26

What's interesting about the Dorado is that the catalog states the length to be 2 1/2", but it's actually 4 1/2".
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Re: Arbogast Goodies

Post by MXB » Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:29 am

@Rivermandave . . .

Those Dashers are an interesting lure and that is an interesting colour! Always noticed that the front prop seems to put on the wrong way but they obviously did that intentionally. I'm lucky enough to own a Dasher in the box but only in R/W.

Thanks for showing

And also a recent J/bug auction;

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/260836034372 ... 1438.l2649

And another;

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/170681070004 ... 1438.l2649

Both hitting well over the $100 mark

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