Shakespeare Fishing Tackle Magazine Ads Package
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Shakespeare Fishing Tackle! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 26 Magazine Ads in this package.
Products include: (1956) Shakespeare Spin-Wondereel with John Cook. From Minneapolis. Mrs. G. E. Miller, South Bend, Indiana. (1982) Alpha Spinning Reel. Each one has a left or right hand retrieve. And anodized, brushed aluminum cosmetics. (1958) Shakespeare Wondercast 1797. Mentions: No. 1579 Two piece push-button Wonderod. (1956) A1185 Casting Wonderod. Has new "Reel-Tyte-Lok"... spinning-type guides... and the dressiest, best-looking winds ever! (1956) 1775 Wondercast by Shakespeare. Beginners learn to cast like magic. Backlash impossible! (1956) Casting Wonderod 1576XL. Copper brown blade with black winds; extra light action. Uses the exclusive Howald process. (1958) Shakespeare President 1970. "Built Like a Fine Watch." Sparkling, stainless steel with diamond hard carboloy bushings and famed LQT (lighter, quieter, tougher) nylon gears. (1958) Fishing Booklets. Helpful booklets - on bait casting, spinning, fly fishing, salt water and easy, new, push-button fishing - plus Joe Godfrey's famous fishing calendar that shows best days to fish in '58. Latest in tackle, casting techniques. (1956) Shakespeare Glaskyd 2060. New, deluxe, quiet-running reel for casting or trolling with monofilament or braided line, in fresh or salt water. (1955) Spin-Wondereel Deluxe 1800. So Easy... So Simple you can operate it blindfolded. (1974) Shakespeare 1700II Pushbutton Reel. Wouldn't it be great if you could afford to fish with the same outfit used by World Casting Champ Bill True? You can! It's called the Kit for a King. Includes new PB160 green two-piece, six-foot Wonderod, plus Super 7000 mono line. (1956) Open-Face Wonder-Spin. No. 1785 Level-Wind. (1956) Shakespeare 1266 Spin-Wonderod. The Straight Fiber Glass Rod with the Spiral Markings. (1957) Direct Drive Wondereel 1921 D. "The Best Way to Get in Where Big Ones Lurk is with Bait Casting Tackle!" Says: Mr. W. E. Johnson, of Deluth, Minnesota. (1956) Wonderfloat Fly Line. Floats without Dressing! (1958) Wonderod Models: 1577 Spin'R Cast. 1252T Fly-Wonderod. 1463 Spinning. 1106 Salt Water. And More!
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