Wright & McGill.
Wright & McGill the names behind the legendary brand "Eagle Claw" although known and famous for thier legendary fishing hooks, this tremendous American Company also produced some very collectable plastic baits and a number of Bass lures. They also in the modern era manufacture Rods and Reels. Wright & McGill have been in business since 1925. Based in Denver Colorado, Eagle Claw hooks were a big part of my fishing adventures when I was a kid growing up in Colorado Springs. Many a trout I have landed thanks to a genuine American Made Eagle Claw. This company has been and always will be one of my personal favorites. Gary C Love Jr.
This Flasher Minnow is a great one in the fact we have both the box and the lure in great shape. Many times a box is found without a lure or a loose lure is found with no box. The 733 Red & White Streamliner Spoon was a classic ours dates to the 1950's
This Dealer box contains full cards of Gold Finish size 10 No. 73 Salmon Egg Hooks. Probably the most famous "Eagle Claw" of all time, a true classic and great fish catching hooks. Trout Love em!
This Flasher Minnow is another great one in the fact we have both the box and the lure in great shape. Many times a box is found without a lure or a loose lure is found with no box. The 701 Gold Streamliner Spoon was a classic ours dates to the 1950's
There are as we know it 6 different style Wright & McGill Miracle Minnow lures. This one dates to the 1950's and is the 305 Miracle Minnow 3" 1/2oz Version. In Yellow with Silver Scale Finish.
Beautiful late 1950's early 1960's era Wright & McGill 5L Yank Leader Material Store Display. These very cool store displays appeared in tackle shops all over the U.S and Canada. There were several versions some were cardboard displays and some were metal spinners like this one. These great displays are extremely collectable and not easy to find as many have already been collected and tragically some without foresight tossed out. This one is preserved in our collection in great shape. Always keep an eye open for store displays.