Some Oargees from the tackle box

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Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by Hutto » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:05 pm

Great lures.

The boomerang copy in the middle I am fairly sure was made by Wayne before commencement of Oargees
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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by aussbasstony » Sat Jul 17, 2010 7:32 am

Lovely Lures thumbsupsmilie

Hutto, would you be able to post a close up of the Boomernag shaped lure please ??? droolsmilie Looks awesome.

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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by Hutto » Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:35 am

Try these
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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by aussbasstony » Sat Jul 17, 2010 10:08 am

Hutto,

thanks for those picture mate, absolute awesome looking lure. clapclap

Have never seen one like that. droolsmilie


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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by loomis » Sat Jul 17, 2010 12:18 pm

clapclap Great looking lures fella! clapclap
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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by aussbasstony » Sat Jul 17, 2010 6:07 pm

Hutto,
are you still collecting Oargee's ?

Cheers Tony

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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by Hutto » Sat Jul 17, 2010 6:24 pm

Tony,

I am unsure what I direction I am going with my lures.

I have a leaning towards CC Wigglas, Heddon Mini Tads and any other heddons in the BRS Brown crawdad colour.

I will probably just keep a few of my favourite lures and wheel and deal with the rest.

There are so many lures, colours and models on the market these days

When I started fishing we only had Floppy's, Red Celta's and Baltic Minnows

Hutto

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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by aussbasstony » Sat Jul 17, 2010 6:42 pm

It's funny how things start with lures, received an instant Oargee collection just recently and not sure what to do with them !

But that one Boomerang Oargee you have is something special, actualy anything timber with Boomedang in it excites me droolsmilie

If you continue down Oargee path and want some others let me know .

If we have a common goal.

Cheers Tony

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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by RDRQ2 » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:00 pm

lennon done the boomerang cos the timber downunders kept snapping bibs. he got sick of replacing bibs so made his own until the downunder boys found out and give him a warning which he took seriously and stopped making them. very rare these days specially unmarked ones

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Re: Some Oargees from the tackle box

Post by YOUNGGUN » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:11 pm

Very nice Hutto,

I used to have a Boomerang excatly the same thumbsupsmilie A while back I gave a few lures to my dad and he sold them for me before I became a member of this site. I think I got a few hundred for it.

Do you remember where you picked yours up from ???

Cheers Todd

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