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squirrel 76 SP

Post by ben k » Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:12 pm

got one of these to try, bit larger than anything i've tried before but i'm going to give it a floging to see what hapens !
76mm long, 8.6g, suspends really well.
looks good too, hopefully some good trout think so too......

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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by Mully » Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:13 pm

What does she dive to mate looks like a deeper runner...I like the color very mullet looking, nice choice thumbsupsmilie

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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by Station49 » Wed Jun 25, 2008 5:11 pm

I rekon she might be a good option for large bream too mate... Looks good to me thumbsupsmilie
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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by ben k » Wed Jun 25, 2008 6:49 pm

G'day Mully
yeah, doesnt say much on the box that i can actually read.....need to learn japanese, but in between all the jap writing it says '2m' so i'm guessing that is the depth.
cant go by any websites cos there all different, i've read anything from 4 to 6ft, 6ft sounds right though.
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there is a 79mm version (DD squirrel) that dives to 8ft. and also a 61mm ver that would be sweeeeeet on the bream.

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you never know mate, after seeing steve morgan pull a good bream on a double clutch in that fire tiger sort of colour shockedsmilie , i'll beleive anything...............
he said 'this is a good bass lure, lets see what happens' crazysmilie
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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by Chop » Wed Jun 25, 2008 8:22 pm

Did you say clutches? droolsmilie
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Couldnt resist!
As have mentioned before, we constantly get bream on lures bigger than 60mm.


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Post by Damo » Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:22 pm

Go the clutch thumbsupsmilie....Belive what ya see Ben"O" the double clutch is a fantastic lure in my opinion ..Cheers oh yeah nice trout mate, im coming to Tassie one day.. droolsmilie

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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by ben k » Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:29 pm

hahaaa look at that, the clutches have their own little box.. lol
thats the one Chop, second one down. couldn't believe it.....................

hey Damo, i'm not knocking the clutch nope awesome lure......it was just funny at the time, just seemed wrong, clearish water, using natural colours and getting plenty of bream, SM chucks a stupidly coloured DC at them and.... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. -jawdrop

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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by Chop » Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:44 pm

The ol' hot tiger trick hey thumbsupsmilie
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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by ben k » Wed Jun 25, 2008 11:09 pm

NICE...............
thats exactly what i mean, yes use that 'hot tiger' at night or in murky water, but clear water, middle of the day, he must have had a diver down there susssmilie

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Re: squirrel 76 SP

Post by MR_T » Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:03 am

Chop wrote:The ol' hot tiger trick hey thumbsupsmilie
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nice mullie chop thumbsupsmilie

from the stinka? haven't dredged the stinka with my clutches yet - lookin forward to it

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