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#294266 Hello Folks

Posted by Lure on 12 November 2013 - 07:39 PM

Welcome Dave, you will like it here!

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#293234 Fall Smallmouth

Posted by Lure on 04 November 2013 - 07:15 PM

Sounds good!


I don't understand what you are saying...

I used the word Noob for newbie ... nothing to do with you at all ... as per my quote, I was talking about using a rock wrap in net as a sinker but I see that another fisherman left that on one of the rivers. 

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#293198 Fall Smallmouth

Posted by Lure on 03 November 2013 - 10:43 PM

Nice smallie. Tournament fishing must be tough...


Lure - Lets keep some threads separate. Don't go chasing a fight.

Thanx Noob, this site is an access to new (noob) and old fisher people now a days, Internet. My intention is to let anyone learn right, no misinterpretation at all in reading any post. I post in the past some tips about which sinkers to use when you run out of and I seen it on one of the rivers, I was glad that readers make use of that but I didn't like that part that they left it there on the river. Another example are the lures that I posted, people use that too on one of the lakes, never seen that before on that lake but i didn't like that part that they left their junks.   

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#290544 Fishing lures

Posted by Lure on 12 October 2013 - 12:24 AM

Fishing with lures has many advantages:



  • Lures are less messy than bait.
  • Lures gut hook fewer fish (gut hooking is when the fish takes the hook deeply, or even completely swallows the hook).

As far as disadvantages go, they are mostly related to cost:

  • Lures can be expensive compared to bait.
  • Lures can be snagged on underwater obstacles or in trees, and the price of them makes it especially painful to lose.

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