Creek Chub 1600 Baby Injured Minnow Dace 1605 Color
Creek Chub 1600 Baby Injured Minnow Dace 1605 Color. A beautiful Creek Chub lure in a highly sought after color. Here's a great vintage lure you don't see everyday. Wooden lure, glass eyes in a fantastic Dace finish. Lure in nice shape and shiny as shown in photos and displays very well. Would make a great addition to any collection. Don't hesitate on this one. See photos.
The Creek Chub Bait Company from Garrett, Indiana is one of the all-time great fishing lure companies to have ever carved up a lure. From their first start in 1916 to their sale to Lazy Ike in 1978, Creek Chub knew how to make lures that catch fish and now catch the collector's eyes. See all of our Creek Chub lures here.
This lure will make a great addition to your collection. Be sure to check out our other tough and rare antique lures at My Bait Shop's Vault, the place to find our tougher collectible lures for sale.
All other shipping is calculated at checkout based on weight and location but here is some basic information to help guide you through any questions you may have.
Domestic (U.S.): Shipping is normally around $3.50 - $4.50 total for a normal sized lure. Musky lures are a little more. Remember if your order is $25 or more you can choose to get free first class USPS shipping. Other shipping options are available at an additional cost.
Canadian Shipping: Canada is easily our second largest customer. We offer some of the most competitive shipping rates to Canada available. Shipping is calculated at checkout based on the weight of your lures and your shipping choices. We try our absolute best to keep the costs low. If you are looking to combine multiple orders please let us know and we will work with you. Please note, the recipient is responsible for any possible duties, taxes and customs fees.
International shipping (non-Canadian): is calculated at checkout depending on your choice of delivery options. Please note, the recipient is responsible for any possible duties, taxes and customs fees. Because each country is different, and these fees change often, we do not know these fees. Your local post/customs office can give you this information.