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    Has anyone tried any of the Eurotackle Micro Plastic lures? They have some pretty interesting designs. Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by D10 View Post
    Has anyone tried any of the Eurotackle Micro Plastic lures? They have some pretty interesting designs. Thanks.


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    Their line up reminds me of Japanese type micro plastics. I have some of the Micro Finesse Anisoptera baits and the Z-Viber....of course it is not plastic. They look good for sure. I have some very interesting designs coming from Japan. Canít wait to get on the water to try them.

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    I have tried a couple of their products and like them a lot. I threw the Stonefly larvae on an Itty Bitty Bobby Garland 1/48 jig head with the #8 hook. The bait performed well in the creek mouths I fish from the banks in the Winter/Early Spring. I only fished them in shallow waters. The plastic is soft and each fish I caught would pull/rotate the bait down on the hook and I would have to reposition it each time. Not a big deal as this usually happens with most micro plastics as the little Cricket Crunchers mean business when they bite! The Lunkerhunt Plastics, Spade Grub and Larvea are good ones also, and seem to be more durable, even tougher than the Trout Magnets. As always, YMMV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D10 View Post
    Has anyone tried any of the Eurotackle Micro Plastic lures? They have some pretty interesting designs. Thanks.


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