East Coast Lure's

East Coast Lures
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simon bruce
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Re: East Coast Lure's

Post by simon bruce » Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:42 pm

Thanks for posting that link I am waiting for mine they look like a top little lure.

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Re: East Coast Lure's

Post by SME » Fri Jun 19, 2009 8:13 pm

Dave all the lures in your pics are east coast next time we catch up I will chuck you a few more.
Wes.I will forever walk on the darkside.

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Re: East Coast Lure's

Post by ropes.basstard » Sun Jul 26, 2009 5:29 pm

Anyone after some East Coast surface lures? I've just been to Otto's Tackle World/Otto's Fishy Business at Drummoyne (Sydney) and he still has about a dozen or so East Coast lures that apparently have been on the shelf since 2004. Most are longer popper/fizzers and there is at least one smaller wide mouth popper looking thing. I don't collect this style of lures so thought I would pass on the news to anyone who's interested. Here is the link to the shop's website http://www.fishybusiness.com.au/ .

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Re: East Coast Lure's

Post by Mzuri3 » Tue Aug 24, 2010 11:14 pm

Nice collection Bullrout, you sure know how to make a fella envious.

droolsmilie


Quick question regarding the jointed paddlers, in the swimming and bite department, are they more productive than non-jointed versions, or are they much of a muchness?

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Robin

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Re: East Coast Lure's

Post by jimmymate » Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:34 pm

Great selection there Dave, thumbsupsmilie They are awesome surface lures

Im going to have dig around at home and see what I have left.

James

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