Archive for October, 2010

Strike Pro introduce a Bandit with a tail

Posted: 24th October 2010 by admin in News
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Strike Pro have been selling their long slim “Bandit” jerkbait for some time, and while it may not have had quite the popularity in the UK as it’s fatter brother the Buster Jerk, that may be set to change as a new curl tailed version is about to be launched. Strike Pro certainly feel they […]

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OK we are finally starting our promised lure giveaways and what better lure to start with than one of the very first lures we ever reviewed. The Daiwa “Dead or Alive”. In our test this great Topwater/Swimbait scored an impressive 8.5/10 so if you don’t already have one in your lure collection this is the […]

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HAMMER TIME –  Can’t touch this! By Eric Weight Lure Name Big Hammer Soft Shads Manufacturer Big Hammer Lure Type Soft Shad Length 3″, 4.5″ and 6.5″ Weight dependant on jighead used Price 3″ – £2.60 for 5, 4.5″ – £3.99 for 4, 6.5″ – £4.85 for 3 Introduction Those who know me will not […]

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American Fishing Wire, the Pennsylvania based leader experts have just launched a new 7 strand uncoated “super-elastic” leader material. AFW claim that this new Titanium Surfstrand leader material is “super elastic” and will stretch to absorb the sudden impact of a striking fish and then snap back and recover during the hook set. The wire […]

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Live Target Swimbait Review Gary Palmer & John Cheyne With more and more well made swimbaits hitting the market recently, they have perhaps begun to lose their wow factor a little. We’ve come to expect manufacturers to bring out good looking, well built, realistic lures that have an alluring fish like movement. However a first […]

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Esox Lucius Floating Crankbait Review

Posted: 15th October 2010 by admin in Crankbaits, Reviews

Esox Lucius Crankbait review Eric Weight   Lure Name Esox Lucius Floating Crankbait Manufacturer Bromanodell Lure Type Crankbait Length 73mm Weight 21g Price Around £8.95 Introduction Some lures are all-rounders and some are what I would call species or venue specific. Often the only difference between the two can be a particular quality in the […]

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