My first two Stuckey

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My first two Stuckey

Post by Pecheur » Sun Nov 06, 2011 3:52 pm

Hi there,

Thanks to the kindness of Angry, I am now in possession of my first two Stuckey Lures.
Most of you know these lures, so I won't say too much, except that I am really happy to have them.
It is nice to have some Australian made timber lures.
I also really enjoy the different type of hooks on the two lures.

Thanks again Angry, that was a very good trade, you have been more than generous.
bowsmilie

Have a good day,
Pecheur
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Re: My first two Stuckey

Post by Lure-Nut » Sun Nov 06, 2011 8:00 pm

Stuckey's are awesome and seriously one of the best trolling lures ever made .... great start to the collection thumbsupsmilie


What's with the single hook ???
Cheers Rob

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Re: My first two Stuckey

Post by Pecheur » Mon Nov 07, 2011 6:19 am

Hi Lure-Nut,

The lure with the single hook came in like that, and I really like the look of it.
In fact I have been changing the treble on some of my chrome slices for a single hook for some time now.

Up here in Darwin, there is even a few guys who do the same on their hard body lure for Barra.
They say that they have a better hook-up landing ration.
But I can't really comment on the fact for hard bodies, as I have not done it yet.
For the chrome slice in fast spinning, it is about the same.
And it allows for a better release too.

But hey, I am no expert, so take all of this with a grain of salt...
;-)

Have a good day,
Pecheur

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