Strange and unnerving lures

mikench

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I have watched quite a few vids recently on a range of lures of the lookalike variety. I have seen rats, ducklings even a kingfisher. I have a couple of frog lures bought for me by er indoors as a joke as she knows I cannot abide frogs and run a mile if I find one in the garden.

I couldn't bring myself to try these for like but do others use them?
 

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Have used mouse and frog lures and caught on them. Chub seem to like them more than pike.
 

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The bat lure is not much different in action to the Heddon Crazy Crawler lures I use.
These duck and bat lures wont find a place in my lure box.
 

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Weedless frog lures are fantastic lures to fish in heavy cover, you can literally fish them anywhere. They do suffer from a massively high ratio of non-hook ups being weedless so can get a little frustrating at times.

I've not bothered with the other realistic lures as I've already got similar lures and it's the action that catches not the fact it looks like a potential prey item. However it's nice to have easy access to surface lures that are pike sized
 

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Just in case anyone missed it, the OP - a grown man may I add - is scared of frogs. I sincerely hope that FM users will show some maturity and restraint, and not misuse this information is such a way that could be construed as bullying the big girl's blouse.
 

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Yeah, a lot of these things will work. Like any lure your only creating vibrations and visual que’s that create a strike, be it territorial or feeding. I don’t have many but have enjoyed using the Savage Cicada, which is obviously not even a native creature but could be mistaken for a may bug or similar.
 

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Just in case anyone missed it, the OP - a grown man may I add - is scared of frogs. I sincerely hope that FM users will show some maturity and restraint, and not misuse this information is such a way that could be construed as bullying the big girl's blouse.
I always liked you Dave but with posts like that I might put you on the frog list; I hate them for reasons I cannot explain.:rolleyes:
 

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Online bullying is, usually, nasty and has no place on a friendly forum. Usually.
But when a grown man is scared of cute little creatures, it's compulsory!
 
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