kaneweiller

Luremaking supplies

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Does anyone know where I can locate Ford Fender blades or B.M.W. blades ?

I make my own gang trolls but have had no luck finding those blades . ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

Thanks

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Wow Kane, first post in two and a half years!!

Don't know where you come from, or live, but they are all over the banks and trees in Eucumbene Dam, it's like Christmas up there - the dam is down to about 8%. pete

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I haven't a clue what you are asking for or doing with them. Intrigued enough to ask though. Could you please explain a little more? Thanks.

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Dave- Blades, big blades.(that's what they are here anyway)

Kane -Bruce (Spike a Pike) does some nice big blades, he may be able to help you.Pete

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I use them for building a gang troll for fishing . If you are not sure what they look like go to ebay and type in ford fender or B.M.W in the fishing section . I am looking for the blades only .

THanks

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Been there done that I have tried most off they main stream sites but I do go on a hunt about every 6 months hoping someone will bring them in .

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I fish in northern British Columbia and your ford fender blades are different than what I am looking for . The ones I need are a spinner blade used for fishing . I make my own gang trolls and the Ford Fender or B.M.W. are a popular choice for Rainbow trout . If you go to ebay and type in Ford Fender in the fishing section you can see what I am in search of . I need just the blades

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sickmtackle on ebay stores seems to have the ford fender blades that you are looking for. I did try posting the link but it didnt work.

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kaneweiller - email sent your way, check your gmail account.

Doug - because eBay links are normally a short term affair, they are blocked from being posted on TU. Often times, a new member will search through back dated posts and revive it to a current thread and then folks get a bit upset that the eBay link is no longer active. I don't know if you put an eBay link in a PM; but you always email it to the individual(s) seeking the info.

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