Salmo Hornets

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Admau1
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Salmo Hornets

Post by Admau1 » Wed Jul 08 2020 14:43

Which size is most suitable for Pike ?
9cm or 6cm ? :thumbs:

Chris Hammond
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Re: Salmo Hornets

Post by Chris Hammond » Wed Jul 08 2020 17:40

Admau1 wrote:
Which size is most suitable for Pike ?
9cm or 6cm ? :thumbs:
I would think you'd be pushing your luck with the 60mm.

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Re: Salmo Hornets

Post by Karlbird » Sat Aug 01 2020 19:06

Catch lots on the 4.5 whilst fishing for other species, bloody things.... 🤪

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Re: Salmo Hornets

Post by Fastliner » Sat Aug 01 2020 22:59

Cracking little lure when i used to fish with them i used the 4cm sinking in Dace colour or Hot Perch Colour, i had Pike to 15lb from small rivers

On them, Ugly Ducklings in size 4 sinking in Sil colour and Bis colour were another underrated crank bait that fished very well as well.

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