Creek Chub 2200 Midget Pikie in 2201 Perch Color with Box
Vintage Creek Chub 2200 Midget Pikie in 2201 Perch Color with Box. About 2 3/4" long. Great vintage lure here. Wooden lure, glass eyes. Comes with matching box. Lure is in good condition with some minor wear. May clean up even better. Box has some wear but is the correct box and still displays well, see photos. Tougher Pikie model to find. Overall this is a nice combo.
The 2200 Midget Minnow was made from 1924-1961 and was a small version of the famous Creek Chub Pikie Minnow. 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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