Megabass Type x.

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Megabass Type x.

Post by neb » Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:52 pm

I have a collection of Megabass Type x (the frog surface lure) they are still in their cylindrical cardboard packets. I started collecting them when they first come out, they have never left the packets. Can someone give me their thoughts on what a collection would be worth. I am thinking of selling them There are 22 in the collection. Nev

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by Mully » Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:02 pm

gday Neb i also had the complete set including a special edition "year of the ox" edition they are a beautiful lure ,,a friend sold a set for $600 unfortunately not a lot but in my opinion in a few more years they will be worth a packet
good luck with the sale mate as mentioned a awesome lure ,,have you noticed the eyes and writing on them ????

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by neb » Fri Jan 25, 2013 7:45 am

Yer Mully, they were a lure that attracted me right from the start, I saw my first in Noumea years ago and just had to have them. Do you know how many there were in the original set, Ive got 20 without limited editions..Nev

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Post by Mully » Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:12 am

to my knowledge there are 25 all up and 19 in the original set without limiteds

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by Charged » Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:54 pm

I've seen similar offerings on e-bay before, I'm not sure if the ones I have recently seen are made by the same manufacturer. Here in the US, Megabass lures used to be sold at generic prices. It surprises me to see there current costs now. I should have bought more of them around 10 years ago when they could be picked up at under 2$ a pop at my local bait shop.

Maybe I just caught an initial introduction special. As they seem to bring higher prices now.

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by neb » Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:45 pm

Thanks Mully, Is that colour chart a recent one, because the nineteen I have are not the same as the colour chart. For instance the mamushi comes in a clam shell packet not the cardboard cylinder of the older lures. I have a mamushi but I could not find one in the older packet which makes me think it a newer colour...Nev

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by Mully » Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:12 pm

your right the MAMUSHI isnt a cylinder pack they were the blister pack

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Re: Megabass Type x.

Post by Charged » Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:44 am

I made a mistake......... Sorry.

I checked , and the lures I was referring to are called MegaBite's.

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