Eric Moller

Eric Moller
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Re: Eric Moller

Post by wazza » Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:56 am

Fizza wrote:Wazza,
Does you're bottom lure have anything written on the underside of the bib?

Also does it have a similar profile/shape to early killalures?

The pattern & profile from the pic is very similar to a lure I have although mine's almost rotten, timber wise.
Nothing written under the bib, it is similar to a eary killalure but doesn't have the same fell to it if you know what i meen.
warren

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Re: Eric Moller

Post by wazza » Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:58 am

Craig wrote:Your dollar an inch lures are by George Dempster. Know as pipeline George in Townsville. He made lures into his seventies, which maybe why he sold them so cheap.
My two small ones cost me $75.00, mine are mint and never used. I've got the hooks stored seperatly.
Regarding those other things you've got, Mullins? Never heard of him. Better send them to me for a run and see if they work.

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Good try craig but nope nope nope nope .
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Re: Eric Moller

Post by Vicious Fishers » Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:50 pm

Warren,

That clear coated Moller is a fine looking lure.

Steve

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Re: Eric Moller

Post by wazza » Thu Dec 04, 2008 6:08 pm

Vicious Fishers wrote:Warren,

That clear coated Moller is a fine looking lure.

Steve
Thank you it is one of my favourites, It has a story to it which i will tell in another post.
I have 4 or 5 lures with a story to them and I will start a new post with them.
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