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Here ya go Lethal, I was just going thru some old pics from my kimberley trip, and found this one....:-)
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....that Demon Lure you had pictured a page back! :-)
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yeah thats the one Stu....
that a trev???
what happened to that chap???
he gave a few around to see how they would work in NZ waters...





Thanks for everything you did for us Eric. may you rest in peace, You were one of the real legends of NZ recreational fishing
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That one and its brother ...ummm... gave their lives that otehr lures may last a little longer. That was at the lacipede islands in WA, and in that one morning I lost...I think.... 17 lures. Including the two demons. Spanish mackerel were dynamite, and they were not hitting the lures as much as biting the line where it was racing thru the water lifting a wake after other fish had hooked up! Not a lot you can do about that really.... :-)
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Inchiku day for me today I have some nice new 10grm 20grm 30grm
Form the boys at yeehaa these things look the goods very high quality
Will wack some pics up tonight
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My trusty jitter bug lost its skirt so I am trying a new UV variety to see if there is any difference in hookup
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will be waiting to see how this turns out, good thinking Phishpula.....
Thanks for everything you did for us Eric. may you rest in peace, You were one of the real legends of NZ recreational fishing
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Its a disease..its now spreading to my jigs or are they now large inchiku's ...someone make it stopLOL
Matching UV colours. 

But my next plan will be getting some of these http://www.yeehaa.co.nz/carpenter.poppers_8.html  And doing the same with two UV squid skirts stuff some Special Sauce up the skirt and see what happens...
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have you given the uv ones a try? Must admit to putting a squid skirt or 2 on 100g jigs
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looking good Phishpula....
they keep calling you, better loose some to cout's so you can make more....
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Hey guys cool thread after reading it last night i had a play around this is what i came up with. Don't think they really count as inchiku jigs more like slow jig meets cyclops meets soft bait but its all i had to work with.
 
 
top one is 40 grams and bottom is 20 grams with a grub on the new worm hook will give them a go tomorrow
 
 
not as flash as yours but i think the extra dangley bits should get a few more hits than just the jig head.
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500 gram inchiku jig,worked well on the bass and kingies at the 3 kings,custom made assist hooks and rigged on 130 pd leader and 37 kg braid.got down 100 mtrs no worries
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Bought my first inchikus today. Couple of 60g Jitterbugs (blue), 40g Pro Hunter Prowler (pink). Looking forward to giving them a go this weekend.
What's the cheapest type of meat? Dear balls. They're under a buck.
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jumped on the ship finatic. find some sign. straight to the bottom. 3 or 4 slow winds and that should get them. or slow mechanical jig if they are a bit more fiesty. keep line vertical at all times. 60g is my go to weight. blue jitterbug will be my first pick. especially under work ups
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Cheers for the tips FA. Have a copy of the latest NZ Fishing World mag which has a bit of a guide to them too.
What's the cheapest type of meat? Dear balls. They're under a buck.
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Originally posted by of2fsh of2fsh wrote:



500 gram inchiku jig,worked well on the bass and kingies at the 3 kings,custom made assist hooks and rigged on 130 pd leader and 37 kg braid.got down 100 mtrs no worries
Ahh been waiting to see if these worked, is this one of the giant Jitterbugs I gave Justin??
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they worked good paul,had plenty of fun with them
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Your onto a winner there Paul ,very good lure and gets down in 100 mtrs easily
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The small inchikus work pretty good too.Thumbs Up
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http://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/fishing/salt-water/jig-heads/auction-477629509.htm
these look the goods for the price even  tho they are unrigged.
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I'm starting to get the hang of these jitterbugs, caught 9 fat snaps and a JD on the hooks bay reef last sunday on 80 gram green lure using my overhead soft bait set - curado and backbone elite . The rod seems a little soft for this weight at 35 metres depth, so what gear are you experts recommending. I'm looking to get a more task-specific rod but can't seem to find much good advice.
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