The Heddon Midget Digit was introduiced in the ealry 194-0’s. (Catalog B-110) A small lure at 1 1/2 inches its a collectors favorite becasue of all the available colours. Sometimes called the “Midgit” Catalgs decribe the lure as “Made...The Heddon Game Fisher was a short lived lure, manufactured from early 1920’s to the mid 1930’s It was 4 3/4″ long. A VERY similar Model was made by DAM after Heddon stopped production. The Game Fisher was available in Green Scale (5509D), White Body...Here is a great find, a circa 1928 vest catalog. Below is an image of three small pages from the catalog. You can purchase the PDF of this catalog for $2 Via PayPal Below. Once you have completed payment just click on “Return to firstname.lastname@example.org” to...The Heddon River Runt was produced from the late ‘1920’s to the early 1950’s The catalog states “A small, compact, lively lure for light rods. Very effective for river fishing, particularly for Small Mouth Bass, and equally good in other waters...The Heddon Dowagiac Spook (9100 catalog series) was first seen in the early 1930’s as a “Ghostly Transparent Lure” According to the advertising, “This “Super Dowagiac Spook” is the greatest improvement in baits since the original...As stated on the ad, “The sole purpose of this chart is to show all of the colours, and colors only in which Heddon Baits are made. However no one model is made in all colours and not all of the different baits are shown.