Marc H

Lets see some Cyclones

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The nice thing about these larger lures "giants" is if you look at the angle of the lip its at 90 degrees, compared to the smaller z lips that are generally surface swimmers only. This lure, if reeled in at a slow speed, will swim on the surface in a unbelievable zig zag pattern. But, if you troll them at a higher rate of speed, it will swim down to 10 feet or so to cover different areas of the water column without rolling.

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1000 Thanks everyone for for your support over the years. I rely appreciate all your great stories you've told me,that's what keeps me making lures. Hope you enjoyed the pics .THANKS Paul

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Here are some of mine. The one with the tape on hooks was painted by his son Austin (think I bought it here). Colors are sick in some of these (4th on left, 2nd on right)

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Paul's sense of color is unparalleled. Although I have always admired his craftsmanship I never got into collecting . Not that I wouldn't love to but kids are young,money is tight ......... A couple of years ago Paul gave me this little spoonlip bunka pattern with the stipulation that I fish it and not put it on the shelf for display. I was surprised to see that with all the attention paid to the paint jobs few seem to realize hoe amazing they swim. Admittedly I do keep in on display between outings and always do a thorough search for blue fish before I even think about taken it out to swim.

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