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SJ Rufff

Discussion in 'DIY & Home Made Lures' started by {name}, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. Perch

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    Hi Gents

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    My latest effort Is a Bay ruff copy, I haven't one so made from various images I have seen on the web I not even sure what it supposed to do in the water but I weighted it in a such a way that it will comes to the surface quickly it weighs in at 21 grams so it should fly.
     
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  2. Blenny

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    I like that.
     
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  3. Perch

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    Cheers Chris, I going to give it a go this evening
     
  4. Banned

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    Looks good Brian, is it made of wood?
    I'm messing about with something similar in resin, still at the mould making stage at the moment.
     
  5. Blenny

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    I'll be out later trying the savage gear line through sand eels.
    Tight lines.
     
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  6. Pollock

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    The real thing sinks very fast but like yours comes to the surface quickly. Feather your cast and you can fish them in some fairly shallow water.
     
  7. Pollock

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    Looks good!
     
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  8. Bass

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    Looks terrific Brian, well done.
     
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  9. Perch

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    Yea Shaun, A bit of pine out of a skip lol
     
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  10. Perch

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    Swam it tonight very pleased, cast well didn't sink as I was expecting but glided backwards and downwards. I read in the thread about the Ruff that it sort of put out a pulsating wake well mine does that I don't know why or how but it does. It hits the surface all most straight away, it can be Walked and it stays on the top with a slow retrieve "chuffed",
     
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  11. Guest

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    Bay ruff rule ...
     
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  12. Salmon

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    Can't wait for the first report on it Brian, it must be a brilliant feeling to catch with something you've made
     
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  13. Perch

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    That was the report above, lol one other thing I should add is it has a side wobble I think that that's where the pulsating wake comes from. I'm going to start making one in sand eel with chrome sides to take advantage of the wobble I'm trying to describe to take advantage of those sunny days
     
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