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GLENN L. EVANS

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Dave from r&r has those blanks and smaller ones. Just an fyi

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Mower, Thanks I know Dave pretty well and I have some.

Just wondering about these spoons posted , came out of an OLD tackle box I picked up.

Dont remember seeing the name on the back , thought at one time luhr jensen made these

spoons , these might be older than that. :) very heavy blank.

Vic

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I have a few made by lure jensen. I don't fish them - they are in the "taking up space box" on the shelf.. I have a hard time selling fishing stuff. Catch me on the Lake sometime. I'm pulling the boat into my shop tomorrow morn after I run to Watkins and spend a few $$$. Hopefully get her all shined up.

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If you don't run em, you should, loco's caught fish 20-30 years ago and they still catch fish today.

Tim

Still a good Brown spoon in deeper water off the boards ;)

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Glenn L Evans Fishing Tackle existed at Caldwell, Idaho in the 1950's.  It was a thriving company with over 100 employees who tied flies and made other tackle.  A friend of mine was their electro plater.  He also electroplated soom jewelry findings for me.  His name was Wertz.  Glenn Evans and his wife were avid rockhounds.  When they passed they donated their collection to the College of Idaho.  They had no children, so the company apparently disappeared.  I used their spinners in my fishing days.

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