Years Produced: C.1929 – 1945 Length: 2 5/8” Weight: .7 oz.
General Notes: An intriguing design produced in only three colors. The #00 color is Gray. Evidently some lures were made during WW II which had plastic ears & lip instead of metal. The braided tail was held in place with a wood plug. Bead eyes are standard. One lead belly weight. Not marked; painted in either gray or white or black so beware of repaints. The paint is usually chipped around the lip or ears, even on superior examples. Other mouse designs were introduced in the 1950’s.
of Pictured Lure:
#3600 in Natural Gray. Uses an unusual flat lip that is also shared with the #3700 series River Rustler. Fished in a manner to resemble a frantic mouse trying to escape the water. One lead weight in the belly.