Creek Chub Midget Pikie Minnow 2200 Pikie Color with Box
Creek Chub Midget Pikie Minnow 2200 Pikie Color with Box. About 2 3/4" long. Great vintage lure here. Wooden lure, glass eyes. Comes with matching box. Lure is vintage and in good shape. Some minor wear but overall nice condition, see photos. Box in nice shape as well, see photos. So tough to find a sweet combo like this. This one won't last long so grab it for your collection while you can.
The 2200 Midget Pikie was made from 1924-1961 and was one of Creek Chub's most famous smaller lures. Be sure to check out ourCreek Chub history pagefor more information on this great historical fishing company.
This lure will make a great addition to your collection. Be sure to check out our other tough and rare antique lures at My Bait Shop's Vault, the place to find our tougher collectible lures for sale.
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Domestic (U.S.): Shipping is normally around $3.50 - $4.50 total for a normal sized lure. Musky lures are a little more. Remember if your order is $25 or more you can choose to get free first class USPS shipping. Other shipping options are available at an additional cost.
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AUSTRALIA NOTICE: As of 04/02/2022 we have reactivated USPS shipping as they are now again accepting shipping to Australia. Shipping is calculated at checkout with a variety of carrier options.
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