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Miuras mouse

Post by Lee7499 » Fri Jan 13 2017 10:20

Any one know where I can get this lure or similar version in the UK ? . Watched the Italian guys using them on YouTube pike fishing Ireland ( Blackbay ) and they look excellent .
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by alancully » Wed Mar 08 2017 20:14

hello my name is Alan was wondering if you managed to get any info on the Muiras Mouse lures ? im trying to find a uk supplier myself.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Mike J » Thu Mar 09 2017 12:04

Thats just a modified trolling lure.

Cork or plastic head, through rigged, deer hair body (deer hair floats) glass dolls eyes, and a mega grub tail.

Could be produced in less than 15mins with the right material to hand :thumbs:


Interesting the duck on the site is release rigged, no it couldn't be, didn't someone say it just a gimmick idea for foriegn journalists :roll:
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Paddy_R » Mon Apr 15 2019 21:10

Enquired about these today. €150 - €180 (£130 - £155) for the Mega version. :laughs: f****n 'ell
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by r0bert » Mon Apr 15 2019 22:48

They've just been used heavily on fly v jerk 10 and the biggest fish of the competition at over 13kg fell to on.
I hear Strike Pro have not got involved with them so the price should hopefully come down, although I saw the regular sized ones for around 40euros which is still steep in my view,
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Tue Apr 16 2019 00:48

I have a few....Got them from kanalgratis branded under the CWC Banner.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Steve Dennington » Tue Apr 16 2019 10:03

Paddy_R wrote:
Enquired about these today. €150 - €180 (£130 - £155) for the Mega version. :laughs: f****n 'ell
For a bit of trimmed bucktail and a mag grub that's a pretty hefty price tag! :eek:

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Tue Apr 16 2019 10:58

Steve Dennington wrote:
Paddy_R wrote:
Enquired about these today. €150 - €180 (£130 - £155) for the Mega version. :laughs: f****n 'ell
For a bit of trimmed bucktail and a mag grub that's a pretty hefty price tag! :eek:
You must be getting old lol....When has price stopped you :tongues:

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Steve Dennington » Tue Apr 16 2019 12:08

Tony McTaggart wrote:
Steve Dennington wrote:
Paddy_R wrote:
Enquired about these today. €150 - €180 (£130 - £155) for the Mega version. :laughs: f****n 'ell
For a bit of trimmed bucktail and a mag grub that's a pretty hefty price tag! :eek:
You must be getting old lol....When has price stopped you :tongues:
I don't mind shelling out, if I feel I'm getting value, Tony :thumbs:

I could easily make one of those myself, and I bet the materials wouldn't come to more than a fiver. It looks nicely made, but £150 for one? Not for me.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Paddy_R » Tue Apr 16 2019 16:13

Tony McTaggart wrote:
I have a few....Got them from kanalgratis branded under the CWC Banner.
"Factory version" available under the CWC Kanalgratis. Handmade versions available directly from Miuras Lures.

I'm sure the Chinese will have copies coming soon.
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Tue Apr 16 2019 16:19

Paddy_R wrote:
Tony McTaggart wrote:
I have a few....Got them from kanalgratis branded under the CWC Banner.
"Factory version" available under the CWC Kanalgratis. Handmade versions available directly from Miuras Lures.

I'm sure the Chinese will have copies coming soon.
I've used both....no difference imo for the 90grm ones.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Tue Apr 16 2019 16:21

Steve Dennington wrote:
Tony McTaggart wrote:
Steve Dennington wrote:
Paddy_R wrote:
Enquired about these today. €150 - €180 (£130 - £155) for the Mega version. :laughs: f****n 'ell
For a bit of trimmed bucktail and a mag grub that's a pretty hefty price tag! :eek:
You must be getting old lol....When has price stopped you :tongues:
I don't mind shelling out, if I feel I'm getting value, Tony :thumbs:

I could easily make one of those myself, and I bet the materials wouldn't come to more than a fiver. It looks nicely made, but £150 for one? Not for me.
I've gotta admit Steve....I wish I had a pound for every time I've heard you say that over the years :laughs:

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Re: Miuras mouse

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Tue Apr 16 2019 18:14

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Happy Hayes » Tue Apr 16 2019 21:09

Nice action
But not worth the money 💰
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Steve Dennington » Wed Apr 17 2019 12:41

Tony McTaggart wrote:
20190416_172810.jpgRemember the beer top for it's nose Steve lollollol
That looks like a bunch of bucktail tightly bound, chopped and epoxied. The tricky bit, I suspect, would be finding bucktail of the right length. Most of the stuff I've got is aimed at fly tying that doesn't need such long fur.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Tony McTaggart » Wed Apr 17 2019 15:13

Steve Dennington wrote:
Tony McTaggart wrote:
20190416_172810.jpgRemember the beer top for it's nose Steve lollollol
That looks like a bunch of bucktail tightly bound, chopped and epoxied. The tricky bit, I suspect, would be finding bucktail of the right length. Most of the stuff I've got is aimed at fly tying that doesn't need such long fur.
Yup....it doesn't look that hard to make :thumbs:

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by fishder » Tue Jun 11 2019 08:33

Over priced catch more anglers than fish.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Ian Crook » Fri Jun 14 2019 19:07

I wouldn’t mind but it looks nothing like a mouse 🙄

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Mr_Kosh » Sun Dec 22 2019 17:00

Paddy_R wrote:
Tony McTaggart wrote:
I have a few....Got them from kanalgratis branded under the CWC Banner.
"Factory version" available under the CWC Kanalgratis. Handmade versions available directly from Miuras Lures.

I'm sure the Chinese will have copies coming soon.
:cool: :cool: Indeed thee Chinaman's on thee ball mate tagged one from Aliexpress , thee grub tails that it came twith makes it swims like Steven Hawkins ....!!! :laughs: :laughs:so had to be re biowelded to some propper job..!! :thumbs:

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by JohnCopeman » Mon Dec 23 2019 11:00

What did they call it Kosh- finding stuff on AliExpress is harder than listening to you talk about tagging kippers.

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by JohnCopeman » Mon Dec 23 2019 11:08

Found them at £17.83 post. Easy peasy squeezy lemon.

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Re: Miuras mouse

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Monts » Tue Dec 24 2019 16:54

Biggthepool wrote:
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A please would be nice. :grin:


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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by r0bert » Mon Jan 06 2020 19:31

Hear the Ali Express ones aren't great - don't swim, go upside down and fall apart.
Would avoid but let us know your own findings if you buy one
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by Steve Dennington » Mon Jan 06 2020 23:29

r0bert wrote:
Hear the Ali Express ones aren't great - don't swim, go upside down and fall apart.
Would avoid but let us know your own findings if you buy one
Rob
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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by DaveGreenwood » Tue Jan 07 2020 09:39

Kosh`s mantra is buy cheap buy thrice..especially with mice :geek:

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by JohnCopeman » Tue Jan 07 2020 13:27

I have almost finished one- it takes a lot of tying/ gluing. I wouldn't want to make any for 35 quid.....

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Re: Miuras mouse

Post by frankcarty » Wed Jan 08 2020 13:00

I bought one, as I wanted to compare the action to my own self made versions of it. The key feature if this lure is the flat surface area where the trace is clipped on. Unlike most other lures that are designed to cut the water with ease, the mouse is anything but streamed lined and displaces a lot of water as its retrieved. Its a nice lure, but very expensive. its almost double the price of any other "casting" lure I have.

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