This early No Eyed Oreno model has been referred to as the Chopped Tail.
Peter Bernhart (South Bend expert and long member of the NFLCC) informed me that he now believes that the Chopped Tail was a result of poor Quality Control. Bernhart thinks that South Bend purchased lure blanks from several lumber mills.
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Around 1919 South Bend either purchased their own mill or contracted only one mill to produce their blanks.
The best way to determine age of these early No Eye Oreno's are by the line tie washers, Tail washers and Hook gap.
It underwent many changes through the years but the basic lure design remained the same.
Basically this lure is easy to identify by it's eyes.
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