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True super shallow hard plastics

Discussion in 'Diving Hard Lures' started by {name}, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. Bass

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    Komono 2 gets my vote as well. casts great, and runs super shallow. I fish areas like yourself mark. Plus the komono got me a nine pounder yesterday
     
  2. Chub

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    yamato jnr...on the top eye
     
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  3. Pollock

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    KOMOMO SF-125 max 30cms ;-)
     
  4. TLF Admin

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    Mark ? my choice would be for the Duo Terriff DC12 casts well and is a shallow runner , ;-)
     
  5. Guest

    I'd say z-claw. Can't comment on DC12 or DC9 just yet but i will be in a short period of time!
     
  6. Salmon

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    Mark,
    Another vote for the DC12 (matt Iwashi), lets just say it was good for me last year wading on the beaches.
    Oh and hopefully this will be too
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    R50+SSR max depth 30cm
     
  7. Striper

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    I'm with Dave on tthe Daiwa SSR. May be a Japanese order required, but they're sh*te hot! Have had one in my box for about the past 18 months or so. Exactly whaat you're after!

    Failing that, the DC12 must be another good bet.
     
  8. Pollock

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    Also worth looking at the O.S.P Bent minnow mate;-)
     
  9. Salmon

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    Deps Buzzjet :wink:
     
  10. Sea Trout

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    why not try a haluca by Smith.Casts well and runs very shallow. Seawoodtackle in Spain have them in stock and they are a reliable company. Their sizes are 125 and 145 and they come in a sinking version too. The morethan x-cross (daiwa) runs very shallow too but the haluca casts further.
     
  11. Sea Trout

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    I would second that osp bent minnow, a few different actions all in one!!
     
  12. Striper

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    A touch deeper than you want at 50cm but I have done well on the Duo terrif DC-12. The DC-9 does 30cm though.
     
  13. Mackerel

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    Yep - looking forward to see that one fly and swim too ;)
     
  14. Salmon

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    Got it wet this morning Cliff-Looks better than chocolate does to a fat girl.
    Flies very well too.
     
  15. Mackerel

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    :jump: Good stuff!




    Lots of Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris today to stop oil markets driving me insane :bangin:
    Annoyed the hell out of the neighbours!!
     
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  16. Salmon

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    If you REALLY want to upset the neighbours Cliff, You can borrow my Avenged Sevenfold CD, turn your the volume up and pop out for a couple of hours!!!
     
  17. Striper

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    Feed shallow or SF 125 seems to run shallow enough or some of the maria chase lures run shallow
     
  18. Sea Trout

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    The evergreen avenger runs very shallow too
     
  19. Blenny

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    IMO, if you want really shallow runners try these:

    - Lucky Craft Flash Pointer 120 SSR
    - Duel Aile Magnet DB 105
    - IMA KO 130 (It's slow sinking if you stop it, but if you retrieve it it will only dive about 20 cm's max).

    I hope it helps, there a others that forum members have already pointed out.

    Cheers
     
  20. Blenny

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    Had a look in one of my "plug box" and remembered another one:

    DICE Limo (3 part swimbait, super shallow running, very good action on a steady retrieve).
     

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