Daiso Lures

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Daiso Lures

Post by HungryB. » Tue Sep 13, 2011 5:20 pm

As everyone knows, daiso sells lures at $2, but there are many kinds and i was wondering which was best...
They have a wide range of lures and they recently came up with new colours such as red heads and blueish colour.
So if anyone has used them before, could you tell me which type to buyand is more effective? (e.g pencil/shad/floating minnow/sinking minnow/crank deep/crank shalllow/popper)

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Re: Daiso Lures

Post by Peace » Wed Sep 14, 2011 6:39 am

Hmm, I'm not too familiar with daiso lures so I can't vouch for their effectiveness. You may want to try the daiso lure used by lurer_HLF in his recent CR, at least it's proven to be effective. :p

I personally would go for poppers (if they do have it), they don't require too much precision in making them to work compared to crankbaits.

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Re: Daiso Lures

Post by lurer_HLF » Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:25 am

daiso minnows are good and had caught me toman and haruan. I quite sure it will works on pb, temensis, kbl, queenie and gt.

BUT it can't stand a big fight as the split-ring eye will drop out.

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