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hello lads in the ultimate fishing catalouge on their site page 16 no.6 the int has anybody used this any feedback welcome sorry i have no photo.
 

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I have used them but not very much so far. They cast miles, sink like a stone but rise to the surface when retrieved so can be fished sink and draw or twitched. So far I have only caught mackerel, gars a nd a few schoolies but will give them a bit more time next year.
Likely to be a few more replies as I know a few others use them.
 

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Mike has just explained it perfectly. I love them but havnt used them enough to catch anything on them, but that will change this year as I now have a lighter rod that will have a small lure/softy on it perminantly. They are strong enough to be used for small tuna btw, very strong little lure that really looks like a smelt or simular.
 

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mrfishjersey said:
Mike has just explained it perfectly. I love them but havnt used them enough to catch anything on them, but that will change this year as I now have a lighter rod that will have a small lure/softy on it perminantly. They are strong enough to be used for small tuna btw, very strong little lure that really looks like a smelt or simular.
****, or anyone

Any chance of posting a photo or a link :?:
 

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I have an Int, I think its a cracking lure, especially on those days when the fish are on the fry from mid summer onwards.
 

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Dave Irving said:


I have an Int, I think its a cracking lure, especially on those days when the fish are on the fry from mid summer onwards.
Thanks Dave,

**** have you got any :?: :jump:
 

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It is a great lure, its like a SP. I just let it sink to the bottom then twitch twitch, sink and then a sharp pull then sink again. It does not pick up much seaweed, so is perfect for when there is a bit of weed in the water. Had this one the first time I had used it:

 

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Might have to give it a go with a single hook, would be less likely to get snagged on rough ground too.

As for Sea Trout, I remember a thread on WSF about this lure and I'm sure it was Padge who said it would be good for them but you would have to put a smaller treble on it.
 
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