E.H Borg manufactured lures in Lyndhurst, N.J and his
claim to fame is a lure called the Mity Atom [ under-water plug ]. The lure is what we would call a swimmer today and
it was his most popular model. The Mity Atom [surface-plug ] is what we would call a popper today. Both lures were advertised
for fresh & salt water fishing; however I feel they were mainly used in a saltwater environment. Mr. Borg
would custom paint lures ordered in gross lot's or more; as did so many other lure makers of the day. While the Mity Atom
is a fairly hard lure to find the surface-plug [ popper ] is a rare bird. Personally, I have seen hundreds of swimmers and
only one popper; that lure is pictured below.