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Gordon Fallon - Kingfisher Lures

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    Posted: 11 Nov 2009 at 7:24pm
Made by Gordon Fallon in Hervey Bay, QLD (nice place!)

I'll list these in the order I believe they were made, please correct me if my assumptions are incorrect!

First a few signed Timber models with painted eyes - "Super Blooper", and "Blooper"







Then the first models manufactured  by Lively Lures and signed by Gordon Fallon
This one's a "Steely"





Then Dolls-eye version with name embossed
"Midget", "Fat R's" and "Pop'R"






And finally name embossed with stick-on eyes
A well chewed "Fat R's" Smile










Edited by Tony - 11 Nov 2009 at 7:26pm
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Here's an original from Gordon.

The Kingfisher "Turbo".
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Nice turbo.not to easy to come by now.
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Nice lure Jeff

Thanks for showing us Thumbs Up
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couple of baby Fallon's
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Nice Kingfishers
 
where does this "Darter" fit in
 
sorry about the pic...its still un-opened with red tail flash tied onto the rear treble
 
 
 
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I saw a few of these hanging in a local tackle shop on old Lively Lures backing cards only the other day...brought a couple for the up coming salmon season ..
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more there i someone wants me to go get the rest for them
 
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Originally posted by TTragic TTragic wrote:

Nice Kingfishers
 
where does this "Darter" fit in
 
sorry about the pic...its still un-opened with red tail flash tied onto the rear treble
 
 
 
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How did I miss this!

Gday Andrew, I saw your later post but somehow missed this one.

That looks like it might be a timber one (although the hand writing is different from the others I've seen?) - I haven't seen the Darter before - Nice! Clap
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