Wanted - Best Casting 40 - 50gram lures

 Crew I want to send the old man some lures but as i've been out of the salmon chasing game i'm out of touch with what is the best casting lures out there...

 

I must stress, looks come a big second to casting distance...

 

Where he fishes you need to be able to punch them out there to a small area often into a head wind otherwise you come up short and wont catch a thing...

 

Any help as always is appreciated....


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 the good old metal slice was

Mon, 2018-10-22 20:44

 the good old metal slice was always good for casting acurately. the salmon went nots for them down denmark way

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 Richter plugs cop a smashing

Mon, 2018-10-22 20:46

 Richter plugs cop a smashing too. Cheap and good casting.

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 Metal Slice are shit casting

Mon, 2018-10-22 22:52

 Metal Slice are shit casting Russ.....

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Halco use to make some long

Tue, 2018-10-23 03:27

Halco use to make some long casting poppers not sure if they still do. They might be heavier than 50 grams though.   

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 Richter clones and pegusus.

Tue, 2018-10-23 06:05

 Richter clones and pegusus. Various weights available. Got plenty in stock ATM. We are in Treendale just north of Bunbury.

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Halco Outcast go a mile for

Tue, 2018-10-23 06:17

Halco Outcast go a mile for their weight, like a bullet

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Gt ice cream, iron candy

Tue, 2018-10-23 07:35

Gt ice cream, iron candy couta cast

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 Most small sinking

Tue, 2018-10-23 09:55

 Most small sinking stickbaits cast like absolute bullets. Great actions too ;)

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 The jackson range of sinking

Tue, 2018-10-23 09:56

 The jackson range of sinking bibbed minnows are amazing as well. Tackleworld stock them. Great lures with a nice tight shimmy on the retrieve.

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Raiders

Tue, 2018-10-23 13:49

Any of the raider range, I prefer the bigger ones that you can belt into a strong wind without too much loss of casting distance

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 Second Cal's recommendation,

Tue, 2018-10-23 18:18

 Second Cal's recommendation, GT ice cream and the iron candy Couta casting both come in models around 45g and cast as far as any other lure

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 Cheers fellas i'll do some

Tue, 2018-10-23 19:27

 Cheers fellas i'll do some home work...

 

When all else failed we used to cut the big barrell sinkers in half then scratch the side of em with a 20cent coin to give them some flash, always found it was far more important to get the distance rather than the fancy look...

 

I'm suprised more "salmon" lures arent designed for distance casting.....

 

Anything shaped like a projectile going backwards will cast!

 

 

 

 

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Zipbait monsoon breaker cast

Tue, 2018-10-30 20:32

Zipbait monsoon breaker cast like a rocket

and never lets me down on salmon and big tailor. 

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Press baits and Smiths lures

Tue, 2018-10-30 20:50

I haven't used a wide range of lures, but I've had some superb fishing with using the Smith's Saruna Dragon lures. I prefer the sardine coloured one in 125mm 37gm for med-lge salmon or tailor. 

For big tailor/salmon, even tuna, I would back Press Baits in 175mm, 50gm. 

Smith's also have a 10cm 40g lure called a Surger that I am going to use on my next trip North, but I believe they are very good.

The above are all lipless minnows, so they cast really well, but you've got to twitch them about a bit due to the absence of a bib. It's often when you pause then quickly retrieve that you'll get hit. 

I generally go to Compleat Angler in Nedlands for the above lures, possibly other stores for similar types of lures.