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    Default redfin lures

    What is your favourite or most successful lure on redfin as have a dam full of them but cant get the buggers to have a go.:( I can see the buggers but all they do is follow the lure occasionally one might hit it but no hook ups.
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    hi i havnt caught redfin for years ,but when i was younger copeton dam was full of the buggers all we used to catch then were little spinners with the red bit of cotton hanging of the end of them,im not even sure if you can still buy them but why dont you try a small spinnerbait used for bass with lots of red colour on it and you should get some action,they are very agressive fish and the spinnerbait should be the go .let me know how you get on cheers


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    Gday,

    I have chased reddies for the last 20 plus yrs and this is what I have found. The old silver hogback spinners with red cotton, or the gold ondex spinners with red / black stripes and red cotton on the trebles work well. The Banjo Minnow style of soft plastics work exceptionally well on redfin but unfortunately you must order them direct from USA these days.

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    Yeah the good old ondex what a spinner, used this alot as a kid. I still love catching reddies and now i do it with the gold vibrax, with red dots on the blades. Another gun is the gary glitter squidgies, get those into your dam. Go for a 50mm squidgy fish.
    have fun..

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    The gold vibrax Jason is talking about is called a HOT PEPPER in size #1. The No.1 spinner for Redfin and Trout.

    Scott

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    But if you like bib lures more, have a look at some of the CD5's

    Scott

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    I caught 30 of em casting softplastics in a lake in one week...
    Cheers Lachlan (BigYabbie)

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    My favourite reddie lure is the 2" tsunami shad in rainbow trout color. they are very versatile and also pretty affordable.
    Has anyone got a photo of the Hogback lures people talk about, or where to buy them?
    Watty

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    try squidgy 100mm wrigglers in red rum, blades or jackall tn series.

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    any Red / Orange small divers like Hydrobugs and the little river to sea and jackall cranks.

 

 

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