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Discussion in 'Lures' started by {name}, Mar 19, 2010.

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  1. Tarpon

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    That one came from Oriental Angler. Apparently i got the last one !!! Beautiful init . . . in a wierd sort of morbid way :D !!

    http://www.orientalanglerstore.jp/product/2540
     
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  2. Chub

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    it is rather morbid but i can just see it fishing well
     
  3. Striper

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    haha I laugh in the face of your puny lures!

    Meet super-villian-spit-on-you-while -you-are-down-lures!
     

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  4. Salmon

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    Alex,

    I want one of those wine bottle lures with a pint glass attached as a teaser, If only lures were 3 for 10 Quid in Asda.
     
  5. Wrasse

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    yep im loving the wine bottle lure, excellent idea being able to add/subtract liquid to counterbalance/tune it!!!! lol

    apparently the french love the red!!! pmsl
     
  6. Striper

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    My hard lure for the MIssus March pay packet is on the way from Sunny Jersey... not so exciting though. Just a baby feed shallow... I already have enough lures to lose one a week and still be fishing quite happily next summer with more than I need... (without buying anymore that is... and happiness level depending on which ones I lose first)
     
  7. Bass

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    Alex I don't know you (yet) mate but... erm.... you scare me! Those lures look like they should come with batteries and lube, I even get the feeling I've seen that bottle before.....


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  8. Striper

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    omg Rob! as long as she doesn't get hold of my poppers! (never see em again!)
     
  9. Salmon

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    Alex,
    They are all far too shiney-they will look so much better covered to teeth marks!!!!
    Battle scars on lures-look cool!!
    Not long to go now before your off???
     
  10. Perch

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    Hi lads,

    Yesterday the postman dropped a package.
    I knew it where a Zonk in HT Sayori from Chris,.......http://www.zeebaarsshop.nl/

    Chris also send a suprise, a Megabass Vision 110 SW in the color Edomae Laser.
    I most admit, this color is fantastic, when light strikes this lure the "laser" comes alive.

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    Verrrryyyy nice, H.
     
  12. Pike

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    Not as fancy as you guys but can't wait to get out with these P200310_17.00..jpg cant wait to use the duo terrif dc12 for some reason it just looks like it will catch fish.
     
  13. Tarpon

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    Lovely selection there Keith !! The 'Pink Lady' has served me very well. As for the Terrif - i have the same one (Ayu). Lovely looking lure, and i hope to do well on that this season also.
     
  14. Salmon

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    Keith,
    Cracking group of lures, a couple of my favourates in there too. SLD-F cut throat, and the Feed Shallow mullet-Both have caught alot of bass for me.
    Patchinko, Z Claw as well. Not giving the bass much of a chance are you ;-)
    Best of luck with the new season.
    I have a feeling the first catch reports will be in very shortly.
     
  15. Pike

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    cheers guys think i've invested wisely got some xlayers aswell will be starting in the next couple of weeks would of started sooner but have broke a bone in my hand so hopefully i will be posting some catch reports soon
     
  16. CoFounder & Retired Admin VIP Partner

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    Keith when I mentioned to you about some guys doing very well with the cut throat pilchard, Dave was one of the guys I was thinking about. Good luck, but with that selection you have certainly increased your chances, great choice.
     
  17. Sandeel

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    I have got to agree with Henry, stop this now as my wallet won't sretch that far there are far too many here that i haven't got !!!
     
  18. Pike

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    yeah i like the cut throat piltchard too its got a lovely finish i wasn't expecting it to be as transparent as it is in parts but i like it lets hope the bass do too
     
  19. Bass

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    Alex I take it all back!!!! The Range Vibe is incredible! How on Earth a solid lump of metal can vibrate like that is beyond me!
     
  20. Striper

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    My new addition. I need more tissues. :wackit:

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