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Series: #3900 Sucker 

Years Produced: C.1932-1933     Length: 4 3/8”     Weight: .7 oz.

General Notes: One of the most coveted Creek Chub designs. It uses a corrugated lip employed only on this bait. Painted in two motifs: #00 Y - Yellow Sucker, #00 B - Black Sucker. The latter is the rarer color. Suckers turn up surprisingly often for such a limited production bait but are usually found in rough condition. “Has a natural slow rolling wiggle just like a real sucker” is a quote from an early catalog.       

Description of Pictured Lure:
#3900 Y in Yellow Sucker. Painted in a golden/green scale pattern. Two screws hold the lip in place. No other Creek Chub lure shares this body profile. I believe this lure was made for less than two years.