flatsrat76

Lure Id

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Not sure what the bottom one is, but pretty sure the top one (the white one) is a Bayou Boogie.

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I agree with RAyburn on the Bayou Boogie but I'm can't remember what the other one is called. I'm pretty sure from the eyes it is an older Storm bait so you could probably find it online at some sort of data base site. They have them for rapala and such I figure there is some for Storm too. That lure is probably at the least 25 yrs old. I could be wrong though.

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@ flatsrat76

Undoubtely the white one is a "Bayou Boogie" , like RayburnGuy said , .... an early vibrating lure.............but like danderson I am not sure about the crankbait , could also be a "Big S" by Shakespeare , .......both of these lures , in particular the "Big S" , have been copied a lot !

But usuallly the originals are marked "Big S " on one lower flank , I think :huh: .

To view heaps of pictures of collectible lures from around the world sign in on My link !

greetz , diemai

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@ flatsrat76

Undoubtely the white one is a "Bayou Boogie" , like RayburnGuy said , .... an early vibrating lure.............but like danderson I am not sure about the crankbait , could also be a "Big S" by Shakespeare , .......both of these lures , in particular the "Big S" , have been copied a lot !

But usuallly the originals are marked "Big S " on one lower flank , I think :huh: .

To view heaps of pictures of collectible lures from around the world sign in on My link !

greetz , diemai

Because the bill is colored it looks like a knock off of a big O

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@ flatsrat76

Undoubtely the white one is a "Bayou Boogie" , like RayburnGuy said , .... an early vibrating lure.............but like danderson I am not sure about the crankbait , could also be a "Big S" by Shakespeare , .......both of these lures , in particular the "Big S" , have been copied a lot !

But usuallly the originals are marked "Big S " on one lower flank , I think :huh: .

To view heaps of pictures of collectible lures from around the world sign in on My link !

greetz , diemai

Thanks for the info guys, Diemi that website is neat thanks for the link. I do have to say that it does look like a big o but here are some more pics

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That is a "Bayou Boogie" for sure. The other is not a "big O" the bill is shaped wrong for a Cordell. Looks like the treble hooks have been replaced with the straight shank hooks. That's got to kill the action of the lure.

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Well I was definately wrong about it being storm. The eyes looked kinda like it in the first photos but definately not in your second bunch of photos.

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Whopper Stopper Bayou-Boogie we all agree.

The other is so much like the Origianl Big O (Wooden Model) not Cotton Cordels ....

I am really drawing bland on this one.

JSC

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The bottom one is a Big Jim............ Made by Jim Rogers lures...............

BJ I think You "nailed it"

JSC

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