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Z claw.....

Discussion in 'Surface Lures' started by {name}, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. Striper

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    Your quite right there Si,
    Indeed Gan Craft Versions and not Zenith. suppose thats what 24hours of no sleep does to you
    Sorry guys they do look sexy though.
     
  2. Perch

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    A collaboration between Gan Craft and Zenith, the Z Claw is based on the original S shaped pencil lure and has resurrected most of the pencil lure characteristics but at the same time incorperating cutting edge lure technology
     
  3. Tarpon

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    I think from memory, that Gan Craft tend to be more FW orientated, hence the colour schemes.
     
  4. Perch

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    Simon, you are correct
     
  5. Striper

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    Is there any difference in the action...weight..size...ect or are they the same thing with different colours sold by 2 different companies.....
     
  6. Banned

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    I know the Gan Craft ones have fresh water hooks, but think they are the same length and weight.
     
  7. Striper

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    Thanks Nick.......................
     
  8. Striper

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    lookng at some of the colours though I dont think the bass are going to turn their nose up at them.
     
  9. Guest

    I can confirm this:-D

    ---------- Post added at 19:36 ---------- Previous post was at 19:35 ----------

    I can confirm this as well:-D
     
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  10. Perch

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    I can confirm that I read 'conform' (as well)
     
  11. Tarpon

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    I confirm that your confirmation is confirmed :ugeek:.
     
  12. Guest

    Whoops. Type error. Lucky me my Dutch is better than my English! I can now confirm that i've edited my post.
     
  13. Striper

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    Decided to keep the claw and try again next year mabey better luck will be had.............
     
  14. Tarpon

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    Good call Barry. My first Bass on the mighty Z-Claw came on a trip to the Emerald Isle . . .

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Perch

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    Not sure why the z-claw is so good, I have tried Patchinkos non stop in a attempt to catch anything only to draw blanks.
    Tried every kind of retrieval possible to no avail, yet I can put on a z-claw and get good results.
    Shame really as I love the distance I get with Patchinko's.
    Just ordered a different colour from Mick to see if that helps.
     
  16. Striper

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  17. Sandeel

    z claw in action - south africa - incredible top water take
     

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  18. Mullet (foul hooked)

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    Seems like most of you guys have had luck with this lure, so i couldnt resist - just got myself 2. Cant wait to try them out now:-D
     
  19. Senior Member

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    Had my PB Bass just last week on a Z Claw, first time I had ever used one too, now my first lure out of the box relegating my beloved Feed Shallow Mullet to second place. :-o
     
  20. Mackerel

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    I have a z claw but dont use it much, but only because I have been catching mostly with Patchinkos so I tend to stay with them. Are z claws only used in calm seas or can they be used in rougher conditions as well?
     

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