My Eastcoast Lures

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My Eastcoast Lures

Post by jimmymate » Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:56 pm

Here is a picture of my Eastcoast Lures. Awesome surface lures that always get a chuck when bream fishing. Thanks to Mick I have been able to get my hands on some larger surface paddlers. Cant wait to try them this season on the greenfish.
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Re: My Eastcoast Lures

Post by fishaholiclures » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:41 am

James, they are nice lures, it's a shame I only have a handful. They wont be fished unless they come back on the scene. We never saw much of them here in the sub tropics, mores the pity droolsmilie
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Re: My Eastcoast Lures

Post by jimmymate » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:58 pm

I know what you mean Brad about not fishing them. I hate losing lures that cant be replaced but they work so damn good I cant help but tie them on. thumbsupsmilie

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Re: My Eastcoast Lures

Post by jimmymate » Mon Aug 30, 2010 4:25 pm

I know Bullrout.

I have a phobia of throwing collectable Aussie lures however it's somewhat easier to throw a surface lure because its not down in the nasty snags. If I lose it, it should be to a fish which is a little bit better than to a snag. lol smckin

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