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Some recent scottish pike patterns

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No idea why upside down multiple pics !
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Hi glider, very impressive indeedClap
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote al49 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Dec 2017 at 4:33pm
love the look of those lures ,would you be interested in posting some to aussie ,would love to try them on the barra
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ClapClapClapVERY VERY GOOD ClapClapClap. I reckon our barra, saratoga, mackerel, tuna and giant trevally would just snaffle these with relishThumbs Up
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Hi Glider
We are some times referred to as down under, I think this has a tendency to turn pictures upside down as they cross over the equator ????
Upside down or right way up there are some very nice well finished lures displayed in your post
Most would appear to have a bit of size about them as well and as I know nothing about Pike fishing I am surprised that a 6" lure is used on pike. Must be a very aggressive fish, seems a shame to let them bite into such nice lures
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you do make a lovely lure Glider and i like the slashes you've put on some of theseThumbs Up
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Great looking Lures Glider. 
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Thanks guy's,kimo - those are 7 and 8 inch, 6 inch would be considered smallish-medium. Although even big pike will take tiny lures, on many waters the bigger lures attract a bigger stamp of fish.                     I've been asked to send a few to oz ,and will look into it when I get a chance...
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Some sweet looking lures mate love the size
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Thanks glider as I said I know nothing about pike other than what you have told me, and it must have great results otherwise you would not take the time to make the lures that size.
I personally have always worked on the elephants eat peanuts principle and tend to go with smaller lures. But this is mainly off shore and I presume the Pike are in lakes and rivers.
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