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Larry Schmid Presentation Lures
Larry Schmid grew up surfcasting with his father on the waters of Long Island's East End, where he developed an affinity for the classic striped-bass plugs of the region. He now handcrafts those traditional fishing lures in his shop in Bridgehampton. This set of four classic fishing lures features some of the finest saltwater plugs on the market today. The set of fishing lures includes a 3-oz. metal-lip-style plug; a 3-oz. surface plug; a classic 3-oz. pencil popper; and a 2.5-oz. sinking sand eel needlefish. Displayed in a gorgeous 14" x 12" walnut box with solid brass hinges and clasps. USA.
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Larry Schmid Presentation Lures
Review 1 for Larry Schmid Presentation Lures
November 15, 2011
from Long Island,NY
"I own two of the Larry Schmid presentation lure boxes. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is amazing. Each lure is an absolute work of art. The fit and finish is impeccable. I highly recommend this! thumbs up to Larry Schmid!!"
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Review 2 for Larry Schmid Presentation Lures
A Great Gift,
November 14, 2011
from Orleans, MA
"I received my presentation lures last fall and have been totally awed by the quality of the lures and the box.
I have them on display in my living room and even my non fishing friends are impressed by the beauty of the set.
Larry makes some of the best lures on the market and while I will never fish the presentation set his lures do catch a lot of stripers and blues."
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Review 3 for Larry Schmid Presentation Lures
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November 1, 2011
from Long Island NY
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Pink Herring Color.
"Larry's Lures are 2nd to none. I own a couple of his presentation boxes & they are beautiful. Makes a great gift to any fisherman. They really are to pretty to fish!"