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Lucinda Lures

Post by Fizza » Sat Oct 25, 2008 8:31 am

Here's a couple of Lou Teitzel's Lucinda Lures {hope I got Lou's surname right}

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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by Falky » Wed Oct 29, 2008 7:32 pm

they're not bad lures are they Fiz
only have a few with a signed certificate

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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by Craig » Wed Oct 29, 2008 7:44 pm

I have this one, I got it in Cairns a long time ago.
I think it is a Lucinda Lure but the eyes are wrong.
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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by Fizza » Thu Oct 30, 2008 3:57 am

Falky wrote:they're not bad lures are they Fiz
only have a few with a signed certificate

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Adam,
I do like them very much.

Lou did have a website, may still but I haven't been able to find it.

He did {retired now pretty much} a few different lures & one which is very different has, {from memory} a colorado blade on a small chain {again from memory} coming of the belly hook hanger. I can't remember the name of it unfortunately.

Craig,
It does look very much like one of Lou's lures.

I could be wrong but doubt very much if we could go on eyes with lures that have a 10-20yr age difference & moreso with handcrafted blighters.

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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by wazza » Thu Oct 30, 2008 1:39 pm

Fizza wrote:
Falky wrote:they're not bad lures are they Fiz
only have a few with a signed certificate

Adam
PA270028.jpg
Adam,
I do like them very much.

Lou did have a website, may still but I haven't been able to find it.

He did {retired now pretty much} a few different lures & one which is very different has, {from memory} a colorado blade on a small chain {again from memory} coming of the belly hook hanger. I can't remember the name of it unfortunately.

Craig,
It does look very much like one of Lou's lures.

I could be wrong but doubt very much if we could go on eyes with lures that have a 10-20yr age difference & moreso with handcrafted blighters.
It was (is) called the spinner minnow, will get some photo's up soon as my camera cord is found.
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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by Fizza » Thu Oct 30, 2008 1:48 pm

ONYA WAZZA, thumbsupsmilie

I was gonna liken it to a Mann's Lil George with a twist. oopssmilie zippedsmilie

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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by simons rat » Sun May 31, 2009 9:52 pm

Another one ... Spinner minnow

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cheers,

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Re: Lucinda Lures

Post by brolly » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:35 pm

My bunch of Lucinda lures with a few of his early models.
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