Webchatxxx Dating rapala fishing lures

So I have been trying to figure something out for a while now.

Storm lures, which were NOT around before Rapala originals, have been selling for uber amounts of money for just one lure. pt=LH_Default Domain_0&hash=item487efc3c6b&autorefresh=true Why are they being called Pre-rapala, when they are not.

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So I guess Pre-Rapala Storm lures are highly collectible to some. Ron, That does make sense since Rapala VMC have bought Storm. Storm hard baits are still used for Walleye as they always were in the days of Storm originals.

I find it amazing how much these thing command on the used lure markets.

I see these older lures in tackle boxes at flea markets and other sales.

Perhaps I may sell my old ones and buy a few newer ones. They still do great for larger crappie and bass for me.