Professionally turned and finished stick wound with three metre braided cotton line, swivel and finished with 15" (approx) polypropylene line for attachment to lure pad. One size only. TIP- don't waste your money on this item for the dummy bunny, any old piece of string will do for that but it's perfect for a swung lure.
Horseshoe shape, hardwearing leather construction, padded and complete with split ring and meat ties to both sides.
Mini - Measurements (length) approx. 12cm. Weight approx. 34 grammes. Colour may vary from that shown.
Small - Measurements (length) approx. 150mm. Weight approx. 44 grammes. Colour may vary from that shown.
Medium - Measurements (length) approx. 175mm. Weight approx. 70 grammes. Colour may vary from that shown.......but I promise you it won't be pink!
Large - Measurements (length) approx. 200mm. Weight approx. 90 grammes. Colour may vary from that shown..............or it might not! In fact all our lure pads are now black but I like the photo and couldn't be arsed to change it!
Heavyweight canvas liner covered with a brown fur fabric/white tail with a little added weight to reduce bounce. Open 'head' end allows food to be seen even when it's upside down. Complete with meat ties, cord grip and split ring. Yes! even your 'double hard bastard' Redtail won't finish this one off in a hurry. (Many thanks to my friend Andy for that quaint olde worlde expression). Good God, they're at it again!! PS. A tip - don't waste money on a lure stick and line for this, any old piece of string will do to drag it along.
Our new hare lure is a bit of a beast. Weighing in at around 2lb 8oz ( or for you metric folk - quite heavy!) it has a heavyweight canvas liner and measures about 20" from head to toe...........yes, yes, yes, I know, just humour me and try to imagine heads and toes!
Already successfully field tested by an eagle. This beast is a lump so postage is about £6.00
Meet 'Reynard' our new fox lure. If you fly eagles, eagle owls or just a serious 'ard case Kestrel then this is the lure for you. (yeah, ok, I was kidding about the Kestrel) Weighing in at an impressive 4lb and measuring almost a metre long, this could be dragged behind a quad bike or car or just behind some poor terrified kid that you conned into doing the job for the price of a Mars bar!
Go Reynard, go!
Due to the substantial size and weight of this beast, the cost of first class postage is £6.50.