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    Posted: 13 Mar 2013 at 7:36pm
I added a few more of Tony Holan's lures to the "rack"on my last trip to Tassie.

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gezzz laurie  ,,,,,,,,id like to see the rest of your lures   
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Laurie has some very nice lures, displayed beautifully on the old spoon boards, I can personally vouch for the effect when on the wall.
Laurie, I scored an old English Oak 30 slotter from a junk shop after my visit to you, so I'm off and running LOL.Regards, Seaweed.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Oldman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2013 at 11:03am
You will spend more time looking for racks and less time looking for lures now.LOL
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Originally posted by Oldman Oldman wrote:

I added a few more of Tony Holan's lures to the "rack"on my last trip to Tassie.




The ones one the bottom left are they walures as well Laurie ??
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I cant be 100% sure, but the lures (bottom right) are larger versions of the little ones.
and all three lures have the same colours/patterns.
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Interesting Laurie as I have a few of these the same of yours on the bottom left and the right
But they may be a walure or a Dick Reynolds or Robert I think his first name was   

Screamingreel John and I have been researching his name to not too much luck and I'm still piecing together which were his lures in the boxes from his estate
The finish on some of them is top shelf and they were all made from timber.
His early lures were pretty ordinary and then improved as we all do

He was a rod maker as well

Thanks again Cheers Rick
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Keep up the good work.
Look forward to updates.
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Wow!!! Nice collection!  (-:
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I agree, Davin.
They are great little lures.
I was happy to find the "flatfish" on a trip to Tassie.
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