"Most every angler knows Wright & McGill for their legendary Eagle Claw fish hooks. Who doesn't have several packages or boxes of Eagle Claws in their tackle box? But most people don't know that Wright & McGill also manufactured and sold a full line of fishing tackle back in the 1930s, including a line of fishing lures. You have a Weedless Crawfish Bass Lure, a rather fascinating bait that, to be honest, I had never seen before. So I called Larry Sundall, a noted tackle dealer with the largest collection of Wright & McGill lures ever made. "I've only ever seen five or six of these lures in my decades of collecting," he told me. It's among the rarest W&M lures, and they all are very hard to find so that is really saying something. When I asked Sundall what it was worth, he said unequivocally that he would not take less than $650 for his. I personally believe it would likely go north of that figure at auction. It's a true gem."