“Fishing What Tackle and When”
Vintage, 80 page catalog, 6 1/4″ x 5 1/4″,
South Bend Bait Company, South Bend, Indiana
together with envelope addressed to Owen Wade, Colton, Oregon
WITH ARTICLES OR ENDORSEMENTS BY FOLLOWING NOTED ANGLERS AND CELEBRITIES
Page 21 – Zane Grey endorsement
Page 24-25 – H. Liebe, Fishing Thrills
Page 31 – Zane Grey Threasure
Page 32-33 – Ozark Ripley, Fly Rod Fishing For Wall Eyes
Page 36 – endorsement by Knute Rockne
Page 36 – endorsement by James Oliver Curwood
Page 46-47 – Clyde C. Young, The Fished Out Nearby Lake
Page 52-53 – Robert Page Lincoln, The Sport Of Lake Trout Fishing
Page 56-57 – James Clyde Gilbert, Teach Your Boy to Fish
Page 64-65 – Russell Barnett Aitken, Angling for the Northern Pike
Page 70-71 – Dick Wood, Mountain Trout Fishing
Condition: Very Good
Zane Grey was a noted American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that
presented an idealized image of the Old West. Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) was his bestselling book.
He is credited with over 100 films and a TV series, Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theatre, all based loosely
on his novels and short stories. Grey’s son Loren claims, in the introduction to “Tales of Tahitian
Waters”, that Zane Grey fished on average 300 days a year throughout his adult life.
Born: 1872, Zanesville, Ohio; died: 1939, Altadena, California.