Salmon and tailor candy

Salmon and tailor candy

Hopefully this helps you out Irish


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Chewed on?????

Wed, 2008-04-02 19:39

Don't know about that Dogsoldier, not many of them look like they've been proven in battle.

:)

John

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oooohhhhh

Wed, 2008-04-02 19:43

oooohhhhh that is impressive. im looking at the halco 105 roosta's. what is the price of em?

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John most of these are

Wed, 2008-04-02 20:28

John most of these are replacements from lures that I lost last year while overseas,and down south,there are a couple there that I have had for a couple of years and havnt managed to donate to the sea

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Andrew

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Stickbaits

Wed, 2008-04-02 21:22

I like the look of those stickbaits on the top left Dogsoldier. What brand are they?

John

I head a little FURTHER NORTH each year,
Leave the cities behind, out of sight of mind,
.......

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Jigs available NOR at Shorecatch, Bluewater Joondalup/Myaree or online in my web store!

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there are some

Thu, 2008-04-03 08:04

there are some cultiva,starlo and saltiga in the top row,plus some jap monks,the action on these are fantastic,they have good weight for casting

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Andrew

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looks like little miss

Wed, 2008-04-02 21:31

looks like little miss carna's john but not too sure..

maybe little cultiva tango dancers.. 

cheers
sam

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oooooo i see a couple of

Wed, 2008-04-02 21:58

oooooo i see a couple of Saltigas, very nice stickbait

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You look to have

Thu, 2008-04-03 08:50

a lopt ofr bases covered there Andrew. Do you have a particular storage system for your lures.
All the best Colin

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yep either just use the

Mon, 2008-04-07 14:01

yep either just use the clear cases and lay them in there or have made some tube cases with pvc and shade cloth to hold large lures and poppers in
can never have to much tackle
But I have been told by a wise skipper that 80% of spiffy lures catch fisherman/women not fish
but if I think it has potential Ill buy it

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Can't see

Mon, 2008-04-07 17:14

a problem with that. As they say - you will never know if you don't give it a go. That's a good idea using the pvc. Thanks mate

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