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Angling Artifacts

Having grown up in Pacific Palisades, California, a local beach community, Lorne grew up spin cast fishing off the local piers. Later, childhood camp experiences broadened his fishing world to include lakes, rivers and streams. He was a fisherman who enjoyed both fresh-water and salt-water fishing. Spending his childhood years living at the beach, where he mostly went salt-water fishing

Having grown up in Pacific Palisades, California, a local beach community, Lorne grew up spin cast fishing off the local piers. Later, childhood camp experiences broadened his fishing world to include lakes, rivers and streams. He was a fisherman who enjoyed both fresh-water and salt-water fishing. Spending his childhood years living at the beach, where he mostly went salt-water fishing, he later decided to change his surroundings to experience the mountains and streams. It was during his college years at the University of Oregon at Eugene that he was introduced to the world of fly-fishing. It was there he became fascinated by all the unique accouterments and equipment related to angling that would ignite his passion for collecting Angling Artifacts.

Lorne never outgrew his childhood fascination with rods, reels, lures, bait tins, creels, artwork, books, magazines, etc. Anything related to fishing. He enjoys the "Treasure Hunt" and can spend many hours searching for that "Got To Have It ? It's So Unique" piece. Equally enjoyable is his time spent in discussing his treasures with his many angling collector friends he has come to know through his club affiliations: the "Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF)", "National Fishing Lure Collectors Club (NFLCC)", "Old Reel Collectors Club (ORCA)", "Trout Unlimited (TU)", etc.

Angling Artifacts is a compilation of unique objects—representing a collection of angling items from around the world. We feature a diverse collection for angling lovers that reflects the widespread interests of both Lorne and Yuriko. We have a wide selection of related angling items, everything and anything that is "fishy".

On any day, you'll find rod, reels, creels, lures, toys, fine art, folk art, jewelry, and ceramics along with many other unexpected angling treasures from the past. Some are, in fact, real antiques. Others are just rare, old, or unique. Most are one-of-a-kind. We do not usually carry new items, so if you see something you like, buy it today because it may not be around tomorrow.




Angling Artifacts
P. O. Box 641102
Los Angeles California


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http://www.angling-artifacts.com/index.html



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