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Jun 13, 2003

Just received and tested my latest flasher.

I normally use a modified Rob Allan Kamikazi flasher. All i've done is fitted a large Halco Giant Trembler (G.T.) lure to the flasher. (Halco is an Australian fishing lure manufacturer). The GT has bearing inside, so that when you pull the flasher, the lure rattles, attracting fish. When hunting yellowtail in very deep water, i sometimes only use the Halco GT tied to 8m of rope attached to a bouy. Works EXTREMELY well for yellowtail.

My latest flasher is one made by Rabitech. The blades doesn't spin like the RA flasher. It wobbles, thereby catching the light. At first, my impressions weren't favourable. I could't see how the blades would reflect the light if it only wobbles. Simple test: take it outside in the sun and simply see how much "spots" are reflected on the walls!!! WORKS!!!! Tried it out in the water and can happily recommend it!!!



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