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lure chucker
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dead or alive

Post by lure chucker » Sun May 17, 2015 12:13 pm

Thought I would update my outlaw lures. Always looking to expand my collection


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jimmymate
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Re: dead or alive

Post by jimmymate » Sun May 17, 2015 2:20 pm

Nice collection you have there lure chucker. thumbsupsmilie

I can't say I've ever heard of or seen any outlaw lures but looks like there are a few models to chase. I reckon they would go alright on yellas if those little chubby ones in the group shot have a nice wide wobble. Roughly what length are they?

Jimmy.

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Re: dead or alive

Post by lure chucker » Sun May 17, 2015 4:19 pm

Jimmymate,the large red lure at top is called a "toad"and is about16mm in length mainly used as a Jew lure. All the others are bass-bream lures. The lures closest to the large lure are pinish,smaller in size at 50 mm Middle we have "little M" also at 50mm. Bottom we have "jaws" at 40mm and comes in deep and shallow diver. I used to use these smaller lures on bass but no longer made so ins on the wall they go.

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