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Post  dave van dessel on Sun Oct 11, 2015 4:33 pm

I figured it might be fun if we could start a thread where we Al put our top 3 favourite lures


Il start us of

Nr 1 is the westin platypus 120mm suspending
Nr 2 is a hand built jerk bait from holand named de ommekeer
Nr 3 is difficult because there are many contenders but I'd have to go with a good old fashion meps in red
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Re: top 3 favourite lures

Post  mal wynne on Sun Oct 11, 2015 7:35 pm

3 and a half inch jointed jitterbug, manns minus 1 , and 13 cm jointed rapala Smile

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Re: top 3 favourite lures

Post  Nathspurs22 on Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:38 pm

1- Abu jointed hi lo, perch pattern
2- Toby spoon
3- Fox micro bullnose perch pattern
Very Happy Very Happy

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Post  lowdouble on Fri Oct 16, 2015 9:04 am

Good idea but I bet theres not 2 people with the same choices Shocked
I mostly troll so big lures for big pike mentality for me.

No1 Jointed 8" depthraider walleye pattern
No2 Cyclone shad bream pattern 10"
No3 Old 10" replicant in perch or Rainbow trout.
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Post  Eric Edwards on Fri Oct 16, 2015 2:50 pm

I don't have a favourite lure, each one is a tool that can be used for a different purpose. If your favourite lure was a floating slider and you were confronted with a scenario where all the pike are at a depth of 30ft in murky water then you'd be stuffed.
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Re: top 3 favourite lures

Post  dave van dessel on Fri Oct 16, 2015 3:33 pm

I hear what your saying but for your must have something that swims most often
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Post  Eric Edwards on Fri Oct 16, 2015 4:06 pm

I've been catching well on Bass Harassers this season but that's because they are perfectly suited to the stillwater I'm fishing. Soon I'll be fishing the Wye and I'll be using different lures. The top ten fish I've caught this year have fallen to an assortment of jerkbaits, spinnerbaits and swimbaits, all selected to match the water and the conditions on the day. Like I say, I don't have a favourite lure.
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Post  dave van dessel on Fri Oct 16, 2015 4:21 pm

Most of my fishing is in old ww1 fort moats no deeper than maybe 10 11 foot (2,5 3 meters)
Canals  with same depths and some park waters that don't exede 6 foot
So my favourite  does the trick everywhere within a 20 mile radius and that gives me 25 good locations
But I agree I have 8 different colour platypi and with them having 2 different eyelets they have 2 actions and swimming depths
So I can adjust to match colour of most plentiful available prey fish and brighter versions for more murky water
And I chose the action and depth depending on time of year and temperature
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Re: top 3 favourite lures

Post  stubbo on Sat Nov 14, 2015 8:15 pm

anything big heavy and rubber affraid
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Re: top 3 favourite lures

Post  plantsbrook on Thu Apr 07, 2016 10:51 pm

My current (well for the last year at least) list is as follows
1) 40cm real eel in the standard eel pattern
2) storm 'kickin shad' in 6" bleeding roach pattern ( I brought up a few of these as the dealer told me they were being discontinued
3) 4play jointed in a silver colour
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Post  fatcaff on Sun Aug 14, 2016 5:47 pm

1, 19cm 4play swim n jerk in dirty roach (only ever had 1 on it but its my pb lure capture lol)
2, Fox rage big jim perch pattern
3, Sz 5 blue fox spinner in copper
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Post  Flyfishin on Wed Oct 05, 2016 8:23 pm

19cm Savage gear 4play swim and jerk A great lure for Shallow to weedy lakes ( got my First double on it this season) In colour Rudd Deadly!
Savage Gear 3D Glide Swimmer Another great lure for savage gear In the colour Rudd again ( There actually isn't any rudd in the lakes/rivers I fish but the pike love em! )
Mike the Pike A great lure for more slithy deeper waters a nice lure made by Westin!

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Post  stubbo on Sat Oct 15, 2016 7:54 pm

like the savage gear large pike rubber lure, replicants , big jerkbaits like the large mackerel design types Very Happy they all work for me on the right day
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