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The lures in the pic were my dad's. I know they are relatively old, 90s maybe, bit I don't know what they are or their running depth. If anyone can help I would appreciate it.

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I would say that they are Bagley diving B crankbaits 

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My immediate thought was Bagley, but I didn't know the series!
 

Jeff

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Those are actually Lee Sisson baits. He had his own line for a while. They are very similar to Bagley baits because Lee Sisson was a prominent designer of the early bagley balsa baits.  Instead of using balsa for these, Lee used Jelutong wood from Malaysia, it was supposedly as light as balsa and as strong as cedar.  That particular model is called the Little Diver 2 (very similar to the bagley b2), and it dives to 6 feet per Sisson's page:

 

http://www.sissonsdesigns.com/Old_School_Baits.html

 

Also some on Ebay:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lee-Sisson-Lures-Wood-Works-Little-Diver-2-Chart-Black-Bagley-Crankbait-New-/150969335139?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2326793d63

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I have a bunch of the Sisson baits, in and out of the package, great wooden baits, easily found on Ebay new and used, cheap.

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Thanks for all of the replies fellas.

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