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Knols and unkown

Post by Craig » Thu May 08, 2008 4:42 pm

I only used the Knols to suck sum people in lol , it's the other lure I'm keen to learn about. It's quite large, which is why the Knols is there, and made from timder. Image
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Post by Baz » Thu May 08, 2008 5:48 pm

Not sure what it is Craig,but if ya don't want it I'll take it!!! droolsmilie thumbsupsmilie lol

HOTRODS

Post by HOTRODS » Thu May 08, 2008 6:11 pm

u sucked me in...now you can do me a deal for the knols as payment for the scam !!!

she is a solid litle monkey what ever it is...??? sorry no help here

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Post by smlekid » Wed May 14, 2008 11:11 pm

this is my first post here I'm glad I found this forum it has made me clean out my tackle boxes I didn't realise some of the lures I had were worth so much :)
the other lure is a Sweet Water the only lure with a bendable bib (well so says the card) they are still being made and where made in 60,90,100,110 and 140mm sizes there was also 2 body styles one rounded the other a bit flatter if I get a chance I'll post some pictures of the different styles

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Post by smlekid » Fri May 16, 2008 4:13 pm

here are a few of the ones I currently am swimming I think they are made in Swan Hill Image



some pics here is the 2 different syles Image

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Post by BC68 » Sat May 17, 2008 1:25 pm

From memory sweetwater lures are made in Murrabit. "Sweetwater lures. Handmade Timber lures made to catch Cod and Yellowbelly not Fisherman. The only lure with a bendable bib. Bend the bib down for a wider, shallower action of 1 to 3 metres, bend the bib up for a narrower action of 4 metres plus."


They also make a surface lure too.

Here are a couple i picked up at a garage sale for $5 each thumbsupsmilie

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Post by tacklerat » Tue Nov 11, 2008 8:45 am

Hi guys,have a few sweet waters myself did use them a bit when I was living on the Murray river,think i even have a pic somewhere with a cod hanging onto it -hmmthink,cheers

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Re: Knols and unkown

Post by Craig » Tue Nov 11, 2008 8:58 am

This lure has been donated to Mully's Cancer Fund Auction. I hope it finds a nice home.
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