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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 08:14 PM 11/20/05 (CST)
I Just bought one of those link lures from fleet farm...and ive been ichin to use it but i was wondering if anyone here has tried them and if any tips on using em, So webdude or anyone who might have some help for me please post


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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 09:52 PM 11/20/05 (CST)
mmmm... I am not sure what a link lure is. Could you be more specific?








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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 10:25 AM 11/21/05 (CST)
ummm.... it look like a watch band but with a treble hook on the end of it. shaped like a tear drop.


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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 01:51 PM 11/21/05 (CST)
I think this is the lure you are referring to. Basically a spoon with the body made of movable links like the ones used in a watch band. Never have used it but it is very interesting. It seems it might be as effective as a spoon but with added action and versatility. I do wonder if it is an easy lure for a fish to throw due to the way it is weighted. Anyway, keep us posted as to results with this lure. Here is a website with a picture-





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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 06:52 PM 11/21/05 (CST)
Well im kinda waiting until next spring.... but if anyone has used them in past plz tell me any thing about technuiqes for em maybe web dude can help me out


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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 08:21 PM 11/21/05 (CST)
Dice183,

It certainly appears to be a spoon in concept. Perhaps the "Bible of Spoon Fishing" is from Eppinger lures (Producer of the daredevle spoon). Their website lists 5 retrieve styles that let you find a good way to work the lure reguardless of the weather conditions you face. From agressive fish up in a bay after ice out, to summer peak, deep water when they are with tulibee/ciscoe schools, to retrieves that can produce after a wicked cold front knocks them down. In a word "VERSATILE". The only thing I would add to their information is they are also really good lures to jig vertically on deep fish (pike and lake trout especially), or on specific structural elements (say a fish crib in 20 feet of water).They can also shine as a trolling lure for schooled suspended fish. Have done great on lake trout, salmon, and white bass in particular when you can mark schools of suspended fish. Troll the spoon(s) at that depth and bingo bango bongo--fish on. Let's you move quickly and find active fish in short order.
Give their information a look at http://www.dardevle.net/dardevlecgi/index.pl?init=1

click the spoon on the right hand side of the page called "Fishing Techniques"

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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 07:55 AM 11/23/05 (CST)
ya that is wat it looks like exept mine is pure gold brnz color...but if its a spoon it should work just fine for trolling.



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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 10:30 AM 01/11/07 (CST)
REsurection of an old topic..but some feed back

Link lures suck.,..They hook thmselves, and corrode easy!





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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 10:33 AM 01/11/07 (CST)
Thanks for the Update!


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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 01:37 PM 01/11/07 (CST)
They hook themselves? As in the treble hook gets hooked into the links? If that's the cast I'd remove the one hook that was catching. The side hooks on the treble look wide enough to not hook on the links?



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