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Patented Oct; 11,> 1938 'Y 2,133,032 _ UNITED s'rA'rEs» PATENT OFFICE 2,133,032 vmsn Lm John L. Marta, Detroit. Mich. ‘ Application July 19, 1937, Serial No.. 154,355 , _2 claims'. ' (ci. 4s--4s) l"'Ihe present invention relates to Vimprovements in the art of fishing equipment and has more . thereof, alsothe cross sectionshown in Figure 5, asatF. See Figure 3. I Y - ` Conventional eyelet G is provided where shown particular `reference to a certaimnew and im- ' for connecting the lure withv a suitable line, and proved lureli‘avingsagspecial construction where by when it is used the effect thereof -for increas ing the attraction of'various species of fish will simulate the action of a living water object, and likewise conventional eyelets I-I_ are provided Oi where indicated for respective hooks J. » ficial class is thereby unquestionably attained.V With the foregoing in mind, it will become It isnow understood that in trolling the iure thesame will wiggle in rapid succession and si multaneous with the wiggling action it will fol low ’a pronounced zigzag course, consequently 10 it is unquestionably apparent that by this com readily apparent that the invention bination action, the strongest attraction as a - in thismanner a most desirable bait of the arti - »- «` ~ « further advantages, all of which will be clearly revealed'during the course of the following de tailed description, illustrated throughout the ac companying drawing, andV more particularly pointed out in the appendedclaims. bait f_or various speciesxof fish is thereby accom Dlished. ' _ ' “ ' Having thus fully described my invention, what I claim as new is: ' ` ' 1. In a nsh lure, a body having a horizontally = disposed tranversely oval rear portion, tapering Figure 1 is a sideelevation ofthe complete in n' toward the rear» end' thereof, the forward por vention; and Figure 2 is a'longitudinal section tion of said bodylieing obliquely deflected down 20 wardlyfrom the said rear portion, a rib midway ’ through the center thereof. 1 Figure 3 is a top pian view of the invention; the width of the forward portion 'of said body extending longitudinally of the body and ter and Figure 4 is a bottom plan view thereof. minating in spacedv relation to the front end Figures 5 to 7 inclusive are enlarged trans verse sections: and Figure 5 being taken upon thereof, the surface‘between the- rib and the v line 5-5 of Figure ?hwli‘igure 6 upon iine I-t of ' front end being concaved transversely, and a cav Figure 1; and Figuregîl upon line 1-1 of Figure l. ity upon each` side of said rib extending lon- y The invention willobe described and V’claimed gitudinally thereof and merging into the con in its approximate position when the same is caved surface extending transversely of the body between the rib and the front end of the body. ì. actually in normal action within the water. ' The body of this device may be composed of l' 2. Inia ñsh lure, a body, said body compris ing arear portion oval in cross section and ta wood, metal, or in fact any suitable material may -pering toward its rear end, a forward portion be used for >this purpose having water-proof for said body ~ obliquely deñected downwardly qualities, and first referring more particularly to from the said rear portion, a rib rising from the Figures l and 2, it. is understood that said body top surface of the said forward'portion and ex comprises a horizontally disposed rear portion tending longitudinally thereof and tapered to having a tapered end A which is gradually en ward the front end thereof and terminatingsub larged to the forward position of B, and Figure '1 stantially midway its length, the upper lsur shows a cross section of the greatest proportion face of the said front portion between the rib 4 and the front end of the body being concaved GD of the rear portion of the body. transversely for the full width of the body and At the position of B the body is ñect'ed as at C and downwardly with respect to between the rib and opposite side edges of the ;cctsition B, and a cross section of this portion of body being concaved transversely to provide lon the body is indicated in Figure 6, and it is gitudinally extending channels at opposite sides further seen therein `that rib D is provided `'Where of the rib merging into the concaved -surface located and extending as shown in Figure 2, and between the rib and the front end of the body, ` With reference .to the drawing: 'obliquely de upon each side of said rib is cavity E. Rib D and and line-attaching means at the front end of the particular relation therewith of cavities E said rib and in spaced relation to the front end 50 mutually contribute to the life-like action of the _of the body. è lure in conjunction with the deflected body ` JOHN L. MARTZ.