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I've been making these lure retrievers, I call them my 44Mag.
5" long
1" Dia
@9 oz
Aluminum/Brass machined to resemble a 44 mag shell
30' cord
They have popped out countless lures for me and have saved me lots of $$$$$
$20.00+ 5.00 shipping without chains
$22.00+5.00 shipping with chains
I can get up to 3 of these in one box so you can order up to 3 and it would only be 5.00
email me at [email protected]
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I know I'm a new member here but I usally hang out on BBC boards under the same user name, you can see all the sales and good reviews on this product there.
 

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I will help you out. I bought one and the thing works great. I have already paid for itself.

Good Luck
 

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The chains will snag the hooks if the lure will not knock out, Most everyone that bought one prefers chains,they say it helps if you get a crankbait hung up in some old fishing line!
 

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I also bought one and do you make a heavier one that will crash through the Lake Falcon brush to get down pass the smaller brush limbs?

The one I have will probably work great in the Hill country or east Texas lakes. It just does not weigh enough for south Texas lakes.

If so I want one.

Thank you, Allen Wares
 

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7A796562797873160 said:
I also bought one and do you make a heavier one that will crash through the Lake Falcon brush to get down pass the smaller brush limbs?

The one I have will probably work great in the Hill country or east Texas lakes. It just does not weigh enough for south Texas lakes.

If so I want one.

Thank you, Allen Wares
I made one for someone that is all stainless and weighs a little over a pound its 10.00 more. just let me know. Phil
 
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