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Mmmm, almost good enough to eat

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Mmmm, almost good enough to eat

Postby erik the viking » 06 Feb 2020, 18:31

Have a look at this new lure from Chasebait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIVcXl9-c38
If it was a bit bigger you could mistake it for a yabby/fw cray and try to cook it? :yahoo:
I think that Chasebait have really been excelling in the soft plastic range of lures lately!
Although most of their lures are designed for US and some European markets, most of the ones produced over the last couple of years
should catch a lot of Aussie anglers. :D

Ps Alex, you didn't tell us that the snake shop had these.
Do they work? :shhh:
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Re: Mmmm, almost good enough to eat

Postby spider25160 » 07 Feb 2020, 22:21

I just love the chase baits every one I see I feel I should buy it because it just has to catch fish. I have tried 3 different colours of their squid and a mullet pattern and to date I managed to lose a couple of candles off a squid to a couta....SIGH....I so want them to be good.
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Re: Mmmm, almost good enough to eat

Postby 4liters » 08 Feb 2020, 07:39

Presumably this will catch more fishermen than fish, just like all the other amazing looking lures they’ve bought out..
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