Tackle House Lure Appraisil by Henry Lynam of henrystackleshop.com 18 Mar, 2016

Tackle House Lure Appraisil by Henry Lynam of henrystackleshop.com

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Many people have now become familiar with the Tackle House Contact Feed Shallow

for bass lure fishing and indeed have come to rely on it to the exclusion of all else.

Although this lure is excellent for lure fishing in very shallow ground and catches large numbers of fish, after very extended use you will come to realize that it is not all conquering.It does have blind spots.

The manufactuter Tackle House has made other lures just as carefully designed to fill in those blind spots.

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The Tackle House K-Ten TKF130 runs a couple of inches deeper than the feed shallow but is more adept at handling currents and waves which can cause the feed shallow problems.

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It also casts further in windy conditions.The main feature of the TKF-130 is its ultra flat lip, which not only supports its swimming role but also positively affects the casting distance. During retrieval, both sides of the projecting lip resist the water flow to create a superb “Wob’n Roll” action at any speed. It dives 5-20cm during low-speed retrieval and a maximum of 40-60cm during medium-speed retrieval, and is able to reach a wide range of depths depending on the angle of the rod. The diving depth for fast retrieval is 5-20cm. The lure then remains at this depth all the way to the rod tip.
If youre fishing on a height and find the Tackle House Feed Shallow doesnt bite the water properly then its time for the K-Ten TKF130.
130mm,18g

The Tackle House M148 and M168

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These are larger lures and come into play in rough conditions on exposed coastlines.Similar in design to the TKF130 with large loud rattles they are more likely to get the attention of predators when there is chaos about .

The Tackle House Resistance Vulture 120F

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The slim shape of this lure generates a stable flying posture, providing excellent performance both in terms of casting distance and accuracy. It wont give you any feel of heaviness on retreive, and the high-speed twitching caused when the lure hits the surface of the water is just like that of a minnow.
The CASTING is, of course, suitable for countdown and falling-appeal-oriented for variable “long & short jerking.”
Its attractive features include a “baitfish-like shape” and a “stable swimming action”, which controls it from rising to the surface as far as possible in all retrievals from low-speed to super high-speed.
A great lure for estuaries and over sand banks for bass and sea trout.

Tackle House Ripple Popper

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A top water lure of exceptioal ability in all its sizes
Pulling predators out of deep cover even on those difficult taking days
Offering an attractive subtle combination of sliding and popping even to a novice angler.
Good casting ability is achieved using internal magnetic weight transfer balls.

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Tackle House BKS75

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Tackle House BKS 75 K-Ten Blue Ocean Series lures although relatively small have excellent casting abilities.
Using tungsten ball weight transfer system they allow long and accurate casting.
The lure sends sends out lots of strong vibrations which can be felt at the rod tip.
The bait can be used over weed bed and rock with variations in rod tip height.
Runs true in strong currents and heavy seas.
An excellent bait for Sea Trout (and many predators)

78cm, 8.5g, Sinking

TACKLE HOUSE SEABASS COLLEGE 60SS

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A great casting lure due to the magnetic weight transfer system.
Great rolling action but runs very shallow and always under control in rough conditions due to the slow sinking action.

Good for:Sea Trout,Trout,Perch,Sea Bass
Length : 60 mm
Weight : 4,1 g
Sinking

Tackle House P-Boy Casting 

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The slim shape of this lure generates a stable flying posture, providing excellent performance both in terms of casting distance and accuracy. It wont give you any feel of heaviness on retreive, and the high-speed twitching caused when the lure hits the surface of the water is just like that of a minnow.
The CASTING is, of course, suitable for countdown and falling-appeal-oriented for variable “long & short jerking.”
Its attractive features include a “baitfish-like shape” and a “stable swimming action”, which controls it from rising to the surface as far as possible in all retrievals from low-speed to super high-speed.
A great lure for estuaries and over sand banks for bass and sea trout.

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