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    Posted: 23 Nov 2021 at 11:10pm
 Been sitting in the tackle box for a while. g in the tackle box for a while.
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Has the yellow one got a dimple in it’s head? If so then it’s a Paul Nicel from your area
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Yes it has, thankyou for that. 
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Martin is on the money with the Paul Nicel "Humpty" lure. Wonderful lure, especially for here in Mulwala. Unfortunately not being made any more. Have spoken to Paul just recently.

You said you had some Seeker Lures. Your top lore has a Seeker look about it in the body and eyes but not the traditional square, scalloped bib. It may be a refit.

Something rings a bell with a "Cobalt" lure for your bottom one. You may have to do a bit of research on that. 

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  HI Murray Cod
                  Yes the top one is a bit of a mystery, it's a little bit rough around the edges, hand cut bib, lacquer runs on the side, glue on the bib, but still a nice Lure. I brought a few Lures off Alan at shoreline in the time so it may even come from up your way. Hopefully someone might recognise it. 

    Thanks Tony
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Bottom ones a Willy’s Worm from The Producers if it’s plastic.
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Thanks for the feedback guys, Was wondering what a reasonable value is on the Paul Nicel Humpty nowadays as I wouldn't have a clue. Regarding the top lure, a friend I Fished with at Mulwala reckons a bloke was selling them out of his car boot and that Alan sold them at shoreline. 
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Up until recently that size "Humpty" was still available. As I said Paul is not making any more at present. Value??? What anybody is willing to pay for it, extra if it will help complete holes in a collection. Personally I would value it at around $20. (As I said, a personal opinion)

Its interesting to hear Alan (Shoreline Caravan Park) used to sell the top lure you have in the photo. Spent plenty of time in the office at Shoreline but cant remember them. He could be the best man to talk to about them. He is a ripper of a fella and would be happy to help I'm sure.

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