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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  gjedda63 on Mon Mar 09, 2009 3:55 pm

Andy Macfarlane wrote:

4" Pink Shad
11cm Jointed Abu Terminator (silver/black)
60 gram floating Salmo Slider (shiner or real roach)
Ace Sweet Shad 66 (orange firetiger)
Think I have to buy these and test out..I am way too old fashioned with my selection.
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Andy Macfarlane on Mon Mar 09, 2009 8:39 pm

What kind of lure outfit/s do you have Harald??

I might be able to give you some ideas if I know what gear you're using.


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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  gjedda63 on Wed Mar 11, 2009 4:37 pm

Outfit ? I mainly use as we call it here a two hand haspel rod with an open haspel reel.Hope that make sense to you.Mainly fishing from my boat too as this brings me to the best places.
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Andy Macfarlane on Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:06 pm

Haspel? Is that boat spinning tackle Harald?

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  gjedda63 on Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:34 pm

No no..just checked..you call it spinning reel..we call it haspel reel here in the north..dont know why..

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  esoxjeff on Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:59 pm

Andy Macfarlane wrote:Haspel? Is that boat spinning tackle Harald?

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Come on now Andy?
your from the north you should know about terms like this? Smile
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Andy Macfarlane on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:54 pm

Very good jeff.

Harald, with the exception of Shads, I don't think you'd benefit from the lures I suggested on standard spinning tackle. The Ace Sweet Shad and the Salmo Slider are jerkbaits, which would be fished using a baitcasting setup consisting of a 2-4 oz trigger grip rod, a multiplier (I use an Abu 6501) and 65Lb+ braid like Power Pro.

On the outfit you have, you'd be looking at straight retrieve lures for the most part, like spoons, inline spinners, spinnerbaits, bucktails, plugs and crankbaits, shads, swimbaits, grubs, jigs. Basically any kind of lure that doesn't require input from the angler to achieve the desired action.

What rod, reel and line are you using Harald??


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Post  esoxjeff on Sun Mar 15, 2009 12:53 pm

Andy Macfarlane wrote:Very good jeff.

Harald, with the exception of Shads, I don't think you'd benefit from the lures I suggested on standard spinning tackle. The Ace Sweet Shad and the Salmo Slider are jerkbaits, which would be fished using a baitcasting setup consisting of a 2-4 oz trigger grip rod, a multiplier (I use an Abu 6501) and 65Lb+ braid like Power Pro.

On the outfit you have, you'd be looking at straight retrieve lures for the most part, like spoons, inline spinners, spinnerbaits, bucktails, plugs and crankbaits, shads, swimbaits, grubs, jigs. Basically any kind of lure that doesn't require input from the angler to achieve the desired action.

What rod, reel and line are you using Harald??


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Hi Andy don't you 2-4 lb (not oz)??
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Post  Andy Macfarlane on Sun Mar 15, 2009 5:51 pm

esoxjeff wrote:

Hi Andy don't you 2-4 lb (not oz)??

Casting weight, not test curve Jeff. Most lures rods indicate the casting weight on the butt above the grip.

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Bazz on Sun Mar 15, 2009 9:12 pm

Slidze wrote:Been catching' with pound shop lures lately!!

1 for 2 lures.....both rattlin', jointed floatin' mid depth divers Very Happy

My fave lures at the mo Very Happy

There is a "The Range" DIY shop very near where i work that sells cheap lures and many of them are 2-3 each and look well usable. Sometimes i wonder about the logic of spending 10 for a Rapala, ABU etc... when there is a risk of losing it Cool

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Post  nickcarpy on Sun Mar 15, 2009 9:15 pm

ive got them baz from there,av you notice that they av a strong smell of rubber to them?i left mine out in a tub of rainwater afew days to get over it Smile
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Bazz on Sun Mar 15, 2009 10:32 pm

Dunno as yet but there is a good chance that i will try a few Wink

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  esoxjeff on Mon Mar 16, 2009 7:05 am

go on Bazz get some ,you know you want some Smile

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Post  gjedda63 on Mon Mar 16, 2009 9:24 am

Andy Macfarlane wrote:Very good jeff.

Harald, with the exception of Shads, I don't think you'd benefit from the lures I suggested on standard spinning tackle. The Ace Sweet Shad and the Salmo Slider are jerkbaits, which would be fished using a baitcasting setup consisting of a 2-4 oz trigger grip rod, a multiplier (I use an Abu 6501) and 65Lb+ braid like Power Pro.

On the outfit you have, you'd be looking at straight retrieve lures for the most part, like spoons, inline spinners, spinnerbaits, bucktails, plugs and crankbaits, shads, swimbaits, grubs, jigs. Basically any kind of lure that doesn't require input from the angler to achieve the desired action.

What rod, reel and line are you using Harald??


....Andy.... geek

So, I need a stiffer rod to use those lures ?My rod and reel now are just some crap,I have to buy new rod and reel before the season begin.I was thinking about shimano gear. Do you recommend any ? Especially a rod which handle both types of retrieving and techniques ?
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Bazz on Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:52 pm

esoxjeff wrote:go on Bazz get some ,you know you want some Smile

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I managed not to lose any yesterday, which is good going for me, even though i did end up chopping all the hooks up to get them out of my net.. lol!

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Post  esoxjeff on Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:42 pm

Laughing Laughing Laughing lol!
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Bazz on Wed Mar 18, 2009 12:40 am

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this is my current favourite Very Happy

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Andy Webster on Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:12 pm

There are three lures that have been catching for me.

1. Salmo Slider 7cm Real Shiner (floating)

2. Savage 4 play herring in roachy/silver

3. Chartreuse Spinnerbait.

It is hard to pick one from these three so I won't Very Happy

Next month it might be different and that's the beauty (and expense) of lure fishing.

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Bazz on Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:59 pm

Expense, tell me about it! Razz

Savagegear 4 play multi-jointed lure...i have one of them...Herring style! Yet to catch on it but a brilliant action or what! The Savagegear stuff seems very good, from what i have seen. Pro-Logic do good Carp stuff, too Wink

Salmo...the Polish Lures..look a good bet & so lifelike

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Andy Webster on Wed Mar 25, 2009 11:02 pm

I have added a review on the Salmo Slider

Can't recommend them highly enough

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Chumley Warner on Wed Mar 25, 2009 11:15 pm

Nice review Andy. They are for me the best lures Ive used followed closely by the 4play Prologic ones. I think I got carried away and bought at least one for every occasion in all different patterns. I have however done best on the 10cm Real Grey Shiner (the fish in my display pic was caught on this one). Ive been planning on re-doing one in a "Finding Nemo" clown fish pattern for a laugh Very Happy


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Post  Andy Webster on Wed Mar 25, 2009 11:24 pm

Finding Nemo...I'd buy one...oops, there it goes again. Can't resist a pretty lure. Laughing

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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Higgi - Specimen Hunter : on Sat May 30, 2009 2:37 pm

i like the fox deviant, in hot tail, it works great on big deep waters. i also like the look of the 4 play lures from pro logic, they move brilliantly through the water!!!
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Re: Favourite Lures

Post  Chumley Warner on Sun May 31, 2009 5:38 am

I found 2 Abu jointed Terminators on the river bank tother day about 9cm long. They both look brand new and must have just been left there.

Are they any good? Ive not had a chance to give em a go.
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Post  noodle on Sun May 31, 2009 8:00 am

Chumley Warner wrote:I found 2 Abu jointed Terminators on the river bank tother day about 9cm long. They both look brand new and must have just been left there.

Are they any good? Ive not had a chance to give em a go.

they are a nice little crankbait not too sure about jointed versions though, that is a personal preferance on my part
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