Famous Layfield Lures

Vintage Fishing Lures from Kerens, Texas
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Layfield Lure with rubber skirt. Called it the Skirt Bait.
Layfield Lures Patented by Jester & Floyd "Cotton" Layfield from Kerens, Texas. The Layfield Brothers patented the original lures in 1939. They used a rubber skirt behind the head of their baits instead of on the tail. They called it the Skirt Bait. Sunny Brooks Fishing Lure Company from Tyler, Texas later made the fishing lures.
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Famous Layfield Fishing Lure in original box from TEXAS
Famous Layfield Fishing Lure in original box from TEXAS
four plastic fishing lures sitting on clear acrylic bases with yellow eyes and black head
Vintage Lot of 4 Layfield Lures - Sunny Brook Lure Co. - Tyler, Texas
Vintage Lot of 4 Layfield Lures - Sunny Brook Lure Co. - Tyler, Texas
five different fishing lures on a table
Texas Tough Lures - Vintage Layfield Lures - Crankbaits by Sunnybrook Lure Company of Tyler, TX.
Texas Tough Lures - Vintage Clear Layfield Lures. Crankbaits by the Sunnybrook Fishing Lure Company of Tyler, Texas.
a fishing lure sitting on top of a box
RARE VINTAGE LAYFIELD SUNNY BROOK LURE 12/21/21P BOX 101 1.75" PEARL
RARE VINTAGE LAYFIELD SUNNY BROOK LURE 12/21/21P BOX 101 1.75" PEARL
a yellow and black lure sitting on top of a green box next to two hooks
1940's Vintage Sunny Brook Lure Co - Layfield Lure with Box Yellow & Black Scale Design - Tyler TX
1940's Vintage Sunny Brook Lure Co - Layfield Lure with Box Yellow & Black Scale Design - Tyler TX
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Vintage Layfield Paddle Wheeler Fishing Lures “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lures. Very Rare!
Vintage Cotton Layfield Paddle Wheeler “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lure. This rare hand painted Layfield paddle lure featured a wooden body with two metal paddles on either side to help it move. It’s largest claim to fame, however, was the tuft of skunk hair featured on its end, which helped It float and also gave it the nickname, “Cotton’s Topwater.” It came in a few colors. Vintage Texas made fishing lure from Kerens, Texas.
a red and white bird with yellow eyes on it's head hanging from a hook
Rare Old Vintage Sunny Brook White with Red Head Layfield Lure made in Kerens Texas
Rare Old Vintage Sunny Brook White with Red Head Layfield Lure made in Kerens Texas
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Vintage Layfield Paddle Wheeler Fishing Lure “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lure. Very Rare!!
Vintage Cotton Layfield Paddle Wheeler “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lure. This rare hand painted Layfield paddle lure featured a wooden body with two metal paddles on either side to help it move. It’s largest claim to fame, however, was the tuft of skunk hair featured on its end, which helped It float and also gave it the nickname, “Cotton’s Topwater.” It came in a few colors. Vintage Texas made fishing lure from Kerens, Texas.
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Rare 1930's Vintage Layfield Paddle Lures - Nickname, “Cotton’s Topwater.”
The Layfield paddle lure featured a wooden body with two metal paddles on either side to help it move. It’s largest claim to fame, however, was the tuft of skunk hair featured on its end, which helped It float and also gave it the nickname, “Cotton’s topwater.” It came in a few colors, including a yellow and black combination, but time has rendered some examples quite worn.
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Vintage Layfield Paddle Wheeler Fishing Lure “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lure. Very Rare!!
Vintage Cotton Layfield Paddle Wheeler “Cottons Topwater” 1930s-40s Fishing Lure. This rare hand painted lure features a skunk hair tail. Skunk hair is known for floatation and durability. Vintage Texas made lure.
an old fishing lure in a box
Vintage Layfield Lure by the Sunnybrook Fishing Lure Company with Vintage Box.
Vintage Layfield Lure by the Sunnybrook Fishing Lure Company with Box. Layfield Lures from Kerens, Texas were made in the 1930's by Brothers Jester & Floyd "Cotton" Layfield.
a toy fishing lure with two eyes on it's head and one eye open
Vintage Wooden Layfield Lure from Kerens Texas
Vintage Wooden Layfield Lure from Kerens Texas. Layfield Lures Patented by Jester & Floyd "Cotton" Layfield from Kerens, Texas in 1939. Layfield Fishing Lure collection of Ricky Talkington of Corsicana, TX.
three fishing lures sitting on top of a wooden table next to hooks and pliers
Texas Tough Lures - Vintage Layfield Lure Crankbait by Sunnybrook Fishing Company of Tyler, Texas.
Texas Tough Lures - Vintage Clear Layfield Lure Crankbait by the Sunnybrook Fishing Lure Company of Tyler, Texas.