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Re: tarty lures

Post by nixon on Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:16 pm

Yeah, but Gaz and stotty wont be able to spell it after a glass or two of wine scratch

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Re: tarty lures

Post by Stotty on Mon Dec 01, 2008 3:26 pm

nixon wrote:Yeah, but Gaz and stotty wont be able to spell it after a glass or two of wine scratch
I cant spoll it now that before i have hot the rod wine scratch

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Re: tarty lures

Post by noodle on Mon Dec 01, 2008 3:59 pm

now for the scary bit although i wouldnt pay for a harrop if i could justify it i would spend the money on things like snows that go for 90-100 apiece, now if id ever throw them in anger that would be different.

but the harrops just look like home made lures i mean my paint jobs are not much worse and when you think you can get custom stuff of Mark Berrisford for between 10-15 quid and they are finished to an amazing standard (guess whos going to be asking him for some on wednesday at the region 31 meeting) well i know where my cash would go
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Re: tarty lures

Post by Woodchucker on Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:56 pm

John I have a couple of Marks lures and although do have great paint jobs there not in the same standard as a Loz :evil:

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Post by Andy Macfarlane on Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:57 pm

A ghillie once reckoned my Flying Cs were the best Flying Cs you could lay your hands on. I'll sell you as many as you want Ady. Only 15 quid each. You know it's a bargain. Hand made in Scotland and everything.
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Re: tarty lures

Post by noodle on Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:01 am

Woodchucker wrote:John I have a couple of Marks lures and although do have great paint jobs there not in the same standard as a Loz :evil:

in what way?
the action finish...?
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Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:29 am

The paint jobs and finish are first class but the action is not perfect for me, the jackel and the titchy darters that I have are spot on, dont get me wrong the paint jobs are Jerk It but the action of the lures are spot on, I did get a hedgehog aswell but iots not my cup of tea Fish

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Post by Andy Macfarlane on Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:20 pm

His lures are nothing special, the finish isn't special, they don't do anything special, the catch-rate isn't special. In fact, the only thing that is special about his lures is the special price he and others have come up with for his 'limited edition' lures, which are nothing of the sort and no doubt, when Loz feels he's hit rock bottom again , he'll no doubt come out with yet more stories of woe and more 'limited edition' lures, that are in fact, all over the place.
Loads of folk have his lures and now even more will have them too, yet the price oddly enough, doesn't reflect this. I just cannot see what it is you're paying for here.
What is it you're paying for again?
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Post by billy barbel on Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:39 pm

So your not a fan then Andy ?? LMAO LMAO
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Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:41 pm

I can see you have had a bad time with one of loz's lures Andy, lets sit down and talk about what that nasty mans lures have done to you Cool Smoking

I am here to listen Roll Eyes

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Post by Andy Macfarlane on Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:37 pm

Well...sniff!...he took the trebles off one and told me it was our secret but I don't think I liked it.
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Re: tarty lures

Post by joel on Tue Dec 30, 2008 4:37 pm

i've recently got rid of my big jerks,i've stepped down to a medium jerk rod & 65lb braid.i love the spro bbz-1 & i'm keeping my replicants to 8''ers.Found the big lures where not making any difference to tthe pike i was catching.Has for all my other outfits i rarely pay more than 10er for lures.I would like an original lucky13.
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Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 30, 2008 4:54 pm

joel wrote:i've recently got rid of my big jerks,i've stepped down to a medium jerk rod & 65lb braid.i love the spro bbz-1 & i'm keeping my replicants to 8''ers.Found the big lures where not making any difference to tthe pike i was catching.Has for all my other outfits i rarely pay more than 10er for lures.I would like an original lucky13.

Heard mixed reviews about them, they do look well but I think it will take some doing to knock a replicant off its perch Twisted Evil

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Post by joel on Tue Dec 30, 2008 4:57 pm

i love em.not just for it's looks,but what you can make it do.Lovely lure.
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Re: tarty lures

Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:01 pm



Cool Smoking

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Post by joel on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:10 pm

very nice....your gonna laugh at my fav all rounder......a fox jointed runt :oops:
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Re: tarty lures

Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:13 pm

The small or the large one Suspect I use to do ok with the large red one Innocent Whistle

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Post by joel on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:20 pm

the large ones,though i've emptied canals on the small one.Rod tip high and worked on the surface in summer or worked deep with a rip at the start of the retrieve in winter.
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Post by Woodchucker on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:35 pm

I dont rate the small ones, the micro dolphin and gremlin are great on the canals and I have had a few fish from Windermere on them as well to late doubles pale

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Post by Trash on Wed Dec 31, 2008 5:25 am

does anyone actually wobble deads anymore? im no expert lure fisherman but ive always done better on wobbled sprats and small roach. i mean nothing looks and smells more like a real fish than a real fish
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Post by NIDGE MAC on Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:58 am

same here trash, i do....
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Post by Woodchucker on Wed Dec 31, 2008 11:00 am

A jerkbait fished on a water thats never seen one before is a sight to behold, wobbled baits have there place but I would pick a lure 90% of the time Wink

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Post by noodle on Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:39 pm

Trash wrote:does anyone actually wobble deads anymore? im no expert lure fisherman but ive always done better on wobbled sprats and small roach. i mean nothing looks and smells more like a real fish than a real fish

yup the method can be a killer at the right moment, usually when the trigger is somethinh slow moving.

that is the problem with the method, you do limit yourself so much as opposed to lure fishing where you can cover so many different trigger mechanisms with quite a small collection of lures
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Post by Woodchucker on Fri Jan 02, 2009 2:15 pm

noodle wrote:
Trash wrote:does anyone actually wobble deads anymore? im no expert lure fisherman but ive always done better on wobbled sprats and small roach. i mean nothing looks and smells more like a real fish than a real fish

yup the method can be a killer at the right moment, usually when the trigger is somethinh slow moving.

that is the problem with the method, you do limit yourself so much as opposed to lure fishing where you can cover so many different trigger mechanisms with quite a small collection of lures

Good point John Wink

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