Deep River Lures

Deep River Lures
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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by Vince » Fri Oct 24, 2008 11:38 am

Fizza, A great pic, shows the difference well. It all comes clear to me now,it`s not that I`m stupid just a bit slow although the wife would say i`m both.Thanks a lot for that mate. Vince

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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by Fizza » Fri Oct 24, 2008 11:49 am

Vince wrote:Fizza, A great pic, shows the difference well. It all comes clear to me now,it`s not that I`m stupid just a bit slow although the wife would say i`m both.Thanks a lot for that mate. Vince
AAAHHH, what do women know? lol lol lol

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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by Vicious Fishers » Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:16 pm

Vince,

In the second picture with the lures upside down it certainly looks like timber through the pointy clear bib.
Just turn it upside down and I'm sure you will be able to tell.

Steve

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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by Vince » Fri Oct 24, 2008 8:18 pm

Steve. Thanks mate but the colour you can see in the pics is paint unfortunately, I`m pretty sure they are timber though. Vince

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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by Barney » Wed Oct 10, 2012 2:08 pm

Clarification.
The top lure [the 'Mr Newell' shape] , is called a DT Minnow and was basically two parallel lines with an upturned tail.
The 'callop' lures are 'Fat Perch' and 'DT Perch' [DT meaning double taper]. I made my first 'perch shape in 1988. Have a photo somewhere.
All lures are at least 20 yrs old now. Circa 1990-92.
Lures are timber. Either red cedar or white beech.

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Re: Deep River Lures

Post by vince. » Wed Oct 10, 2012 2:42 pm

Thanks Barney, much appreciated clapclap clapclap
Regards.....Vince.

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