Wonderful Wonder Lures

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BigAussie
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Re: Wonderful Wonder Lures

Post by BigAussie » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:24 am

PS If anybody wants his details I will send them to you off list.

Cheers

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Re: Wonderful Wonder Lures

Post by BigAussie » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:33 am

Mzuri3 wrote:GG'day Big Aussie

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http://www.campbellsprotackle.com/store ... sp?ID=3006


GILLIES FRESHWATER WOBBLER LURE
http://jmgillies.com.au/?p=727

GILLIES SALTWATER WOBBLER LURES
http://jmgillies.com.au/?p=901

Tsunami Wobbler Lures
http://www.jarviswalker.com.au/tsunami- ... lures.html

PPS
Hi Rob

I didn't say a strong enough "thank you" for the very detailed research you did.

I know how much time hunting for needles in haystacks takes to do a response like this.

Thanks again

Alan

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Re: Wonderful Wonder Lures

Post by Mzuri3 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:05 pm

Congratulations Alan, you have had an extreme win there, a top range of colours, I hope you catch a heap of huge finned monsters on em.

The last wonder wobblers and spoons I purchased were from a tackleshop in Alexandria, on the way to Lake Eildon, and would you believe I found some copper spoons, which are pretty rare these days. Sadly, like your lures, they ended up decorating overhanging willow trees, over some extremely fast flowing deep water which I could not retrieve them from.

If you ever find any wobblers that are copper coloured, they are worth buying, and appear to catch heaps more than brass coloured wobblers. As for silver wonder wobblers, they are the bees knees, I have caught fish in muddy water as thick as pea soup on a genuine silver wonder wobbler, but it was more likely nOt the colour, but more the vibration of the lure, or I had to hit the redfin on the head.

Tight Lines

Rob

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