A deceptively simple game that invites the player to shoot a penny into the fisherman's bag, using the trigger on the right. If successful, the fisherman's entire 'catch' is dumped to the payout cup. This can range from one to six coins. The instructions inform players of an unusual feature, "If not successful after 12 tries, the bag will automatically open". Coins which miss the bag are directed in turn to the jackpot and the cashbox by a simple but reliable alternating gate. Construction of this diminutive machine is basic but effective, and the use of up-cycled ammunition crates suggests an immediate post war date of manufacture. The Stevenson and Lovett attribution is tentative and based upon similarities with other machines from that maker.