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

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  1. Tarpon

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    Lovely gear Peter :clap:. That colour Tide Minnow has been very successful for me (esp in the 120 Slim), and the Ayu Feed Shallow has being doing the business for some of the lads locally this year (although they then immediately lose it on the next cast) :D :D :D.
     
  2. Banned

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    Lovely bling there Paul!

    That Tide Minnow is one of my favourites.
     
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    Three of the best there Peter,
    As Dave said Now get out there and get 'um wet.
     
  4. Salmon

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    Hi Guys,
    I received a couple of unusal lures today and stopped off on the way home to give them a try.
    First off the really different C'ultiva Swimming Jacky,
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    A shore jig, designed to have a swimming action on the retrieve, and let me tell you at 14g and about 50mm (the body) this little REALLY REALLY casts. By which I mean don't try and bang this down wind UNLESS you have at least 100 meters of braid (and a good knot to the backing). I am so impressed, I fish alot of small lures, and this is a great addition.Especially on those days when the bass are breaking just out of reach of more convential plugs. Plus the Mackeral are going to love it too.
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    As you can see from the side profile the raised head helps plane the lure up in the water, so even though it is a small heavy lure it will fish about a foot deep, So no snagging worrys. Clever design. I ripped it in a couple of times (mackerel speed) and inspite of rubbish windy conditions it didn't pop out. So next time I head off for tuna-This lure will definately be in the box.

    Right the second lure is the Ryobi Trapper 88mm/10g
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    £8.75 Always feels like a bit of gamble, often cheap lures turn out to be be cr*p.
    But I am really pleased to say the little Trapper is a stunner, easily out cast the IMA Sasuke 95. Which isn't surprising because although it is smaller it is 2g heavier. Great action, dare I say better than my little sasuke. Also flew much straighter inspite of a strong cross wind. I have done well with the little sasuke, but the Trapper seems to be a better lure, for half the price. Plus my pet gripe with Ima lures is the coloured bib. But unlike Ima,Ryobi has taken the time to mask off the bib before applying the finish. So looks much more natural (to my eyes) in the water. I really hope the rest of the Ryobi range is this good.
     
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    Any linkys for the Cultiva Swimming Jacky Dave? UK linkys???

    I have a couple of those Trappers winging their way toward me too... :D
     
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    Tim,
    I struggled to find any links, anywhere-C'ultiva not doing their job promoting their products. Lucky Mick keeps an eye on what is available. I had the same problem trying to find info on the C'ultiva Kick Tails.
     
  7. Tarpon

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    More unusual stuff Dave :wackit: . . . i love it !!!!
     
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    here,s a few that came last week
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    the first 3 are skagits hide shallows and the 4th is a 140 sasuke
    the skagits fished realy well for me last year
     
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    some new stuff ...
     

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  10. Tarpon

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    We require more detail on 'said' new stuff Alex :ugeek:.
     
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    50lb? Is that to moor your boat with?!?!?! ;-)
     
  12. Tarpon

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    Nah, he could do that with a length of cotton ;).
     
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    The Skagit Hide Shallow's are supposed to be a very good lure, not tried any, but always meant to.
     
  14. Striper

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    Nah its for flyline backing for later in the year;)
     
  15. Striper

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    Probably the most expensive lure you will ever see that you can use!

    Carpenter Gamma 160
     

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  16. Salmon

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    So when do the double wide hogy's arrive Alex-the cheapest lure that you will ever hook a BFT on.
     
  17. Striper

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    Haha got some Hogy's already - need some Ronz next!!!

    Thats the backup plan when I throw away my mortgage priced lure!
     
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    So what makes that expensive? Nothing special to look at for sure...
     
  19. Pollock

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    matt the skagits are nice lures ,i started using them last summer ,they cast well and i had a few bass on them.
    my first bass this year came on one,pearl colour with a red belly . my best lure last year was a pearl zonk ,but not had a touch on it this year
    skagits ,k2,s and 125 nabrones have done the buisness up to now
     
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    Tim they are individually hand made wooden lures designed by the guy in Japan Kenji Konishi - its for Tuna, Kingfish or GT's *gulp* and has one of the the most exquisite actions you will ever see on a stickbait ... and yes it will get used ....!
     
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