Rapala CD 14

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    Posted: 11 Sep 2011 at 10:40am
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These always went well for me back home in the Atlantic and I recently read on here that they are good for Albies. I have only caught coutta's on them so far but recon the king's will go made for them anyone else trying them?

Your not walking on water while I'm fishing here.......
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Without doubt a bloody useful lure to have.  I've seen wahoo come up on them from total babies (pic to follow shortly) to 35kg, yellowfin tuna, spanish mackerel, giant and bluefin trevally ... they catch most everything and can be trolled pretty fast too if you know what to do with it.  I'm pretty obsessive about billfishing but CD14s are one of the two or three lures I always carry when travelling to pick up fish for the table. 
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