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    Posted: 22 Jul 2010 at 8:35pm
Hi Guys here are some pics of my Mcgrath trout lures...Big smileBig smileBig smileBig smile....Pete.
 
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Very nice Mcgraths Pete. I am starting to build up quite a nice little collection of these. Ive always wanted the spotted dog one!
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G'Day Pete,
 
These are mine. They have been one of my favourite trout lures since they hit the market
 
 
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tooch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Oct 2010 at 8:36pm
Hi Hutto, That's a nice little collection I've seen a few of these hanging in a tackle shop
just recently I might have to go and purchase a few more...SmileSmileSmileSmile...Pete.
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THE FROG pattern is a bass killer in the hunter/patterson  rivers my nephew has about a dozen of that one colour he loves em............Big smileBig smileBig smileApproveApproveApprove
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Just about any green and yellow lure will catch a bass. favourite of mine for bass....Nev
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SURE does work on em nevWinkWinkWink
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Nice collection Hutto,very envious.Do you have anymore to show??
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Thanks Pete and Hutto for showing them Thumbs Up

Sweet color Range 

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McGrath Lures are still available and are listed in the MO Tackle catalog.
The most collectible would be the early ones with the brass skeleton. These are difficult to find.
 
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HUTTO didn"t know about the brass from will have to look at some i still fish with cool lures  i dig the wide bodys also ClapClapClapClapTongueWinkregards bob
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Yeah the early ones were built over a metal skeleton. I have caught many big trout and a few atlantic salmon on these things. The only problem with them was that a big fish would flex the lure and they'd split from the bum forwards.
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The brass skeleton and separated eyes would make it a Bennett McGrath wouldn't it?
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