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    Posted: 20 Dec 2016 at 12:28pm
While gathering my Joll's lures together I noticed that I have a couple with very different size bibs. The grey one with the smaller bib is a shallow runner with a nice tight action . Probable a good Barra lure
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Some nice lures there Warren !
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Nice selection Warren, not real impressed with these though. Put on a brand new one in Darwin harbour, attracted a nice 70cm barra, but after netting noticed the bib had ripped out. Luckily, the lure was towed from nose eyelet and not bib, otherwise would've lost both.
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Hey Capt.Seaweed . Most of these lures have caught fish with out losing a bib but in saying that the green Ridgeback did lose a bib when a Black Bass smashed it out. These are all wooden lures and I never really liked them after  they wet plastic . :) 


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Waz, the one I used was timber, spoke with you at the shop a few months back, must catch-up in the Newyear, maybe do a bit of trading Wink. This pic BB (before barra LOL).
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