Derek Pressey Lure's

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Re: Derek Pressey Lure's

Post by Fizza » Sat Oct 04, 2008 10:29 pm

Dave,
Assuming all these were made at the same time; if you check the eyes, split rings & hooks you should be then able to understand what I mean when I say with all the differences in Ozzie lures it's so bloody difficult to ID &/or age many lures.

So many inconsistencies with so many makers & in my opinion Ken Hendries Seekers are the hardest.

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Re: Derek Pressey Lure's

Post by handbrake » Sun Feb 09, 2014 6:17 am

Are they timber or moulded as the large one looks to have a seam underneath. Debbie D

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Re: Derek Pressey Lure's

Post by handbrake » Mon Feb 10, 2014 7:46 am

Hi Dave all well here at Glenlyon Dam. I came across this post while surfing and thought it could be the answer to an old lure I have. I have an ad from Freshwater Fishing mag Issue 44 1998 Spring 'The Floppy is back' and one looks identical paintjob but different shape( Barra flat sided) but it is timber. Would Dereck Pressey have made timber versions earlier on in his luremaking. Debbie D

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Re: Derek Pressey Lure's

Post by handbrake » Mon Feb 10, 2014 8:02 am

Debbie

The fishing will get better once the water stops falling fish do not like pressure changes much but great to hear fishing is good

You could send me the picture ill put it up for you thumbsupsmilie

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