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Now i have no idea how much this would cost but i would want one even if it's just to put on the sideboard
have a lookhere
We will have to get our motto sorted and/or logo done but it's an idea
 

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Dai,

Cracking sexy looking lures !! I have just had a look at their web site and there is plenty to choose from. Are they salt water or fresh ? and maybe a bit heavy for a shukan or bushwhacker eh !
 

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stevelewis430101 said:
Dai,

Cracking sexy looking lures !! I have just had a look at their web site and there is plenty to choose from. Are they salt water or fresh ? and maybe a bit heavy for a shukan or bushwhacker eh !
They are developed for fresh but i am sure a lot of them will be of use for us not to expensive Either
 

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They are mainly for fresh but i change the hooks and bass love them pollock hate them, i used the bushwacker and the boner with these lures and the perfome well with a slow retrive, stop, quick twitch then slow retrive again (floating)

the sinking i normally retrive slow with a couple of quick twitches

p.s they dont like being cast at ANY hard objects (rocks) :roll: they seem to shatter quite easy, these are my goto plugs give them ago
 

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They are mainly for fresh but i change the hooks and bass love them pollock hate them, i used the bushwacker and the boner with these lures and the perfome well with a slow retrive, stop, quick twitch then slow retrive again (floating)

the sinking i normally retrive slow with a couple of quick twitches

p.s they dont like being cast at ANY hard objects (rocks) :roll: they seem to shatter quite easy, these are my goto plugs give them ago
ShArk,
I do like the look of these lures and they retail for a good price as well, which model have you used and what others in the range would you recommend.
 

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Ive used and abused

Zalt 11 cm floating 20 gr and sinking 24 gr.

2,10,46,53,71

Zam 14 deep

02,10,12,38,45,53,56,61,67,69,71

these are what ive used for Pike pollock cod and bass

Zam 11 cm

38,53,54,56,61,71

And these for pike

I would reconmend any and all but the favorite would be no 2 and 71 from the zalt 11 cm floating 20 gr and sinking 24 gr guess because ive hade more fish on these,

shArk
 

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**** had mentined whilst on the temporary forum the possibility of getting a Forum lure, I think it was any model from Duo, tacklehouse or Xorus done in in any of their colour patterns, cant remeber exactly but sure **** could clarify if this would be possible.
 

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I couldnt resist it. I have emailed them if its possible and how it would cost to get a couple personalised! Am going to have a go at whittling myself a wooden one this winter as well. Should stop me from going mental.
 

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I have just ahd some Zalt lure's delivered and must say the finish and quality are up there with some of the best i had an original floating Zalt[no rattles] and some of the Zam[quiet rattle] suspending lures through [thinking the suspending lure's should float low and cut in well in the salt]
 
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