"You don't have fishing lures but what you do have are spearing decoys. Spearing decoys, of course, do not have hooks (if they do they are called "cheaters" as they are illegal). The red and white plastic one on the right is a manufactured decoy made by Bear Creek ca. 1950 and worth around $20-$30 due to condition. The other three, however, are really interesting. They are seemingly from the same maker, and since I am not an expert in unmarked ice decoys, I called a friend who is. Gary L. Miller is one of the nation's preeminent experts on all things ice spearing, and wrote me the following: 'The other three decoys, as far as I can determine, have not been identified as to maker. They do appear to all be by the same hand and they have a decidedly Cadillac, Michigan influence. I would guess they are 1920s-30s.' As for value, it depends on if you can attach provenance to them. A known Cadillac style maker could bring hundreds of dollars per decoy; even an unknown quality decoy like these could bring $100-$200 each. I suggest you do your research and take a lot of photos of all sides of these decoys so that people like Gary L. Miller can better identify them. They are an amazing find, no matter how you look at it."