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#11947219 - 11/22/16 08:30 PM Lure Retriever
jacksonmj Online   content
Pro Angler

Registered: 01/28/09
Posts: 574
Loc: Saginaw, TX
I've never used one but with my son now fishing with me more looking to invest in one try and save a few lures. Anyone have a recommendation on which one to buy?

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#11947240 - 11/22/16 08:41 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
Brent S Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 07/04/13
Posts: 2507
Loc: Eagle Mountain Lake
I've used two, the Diawa with chains and the bass pro fish one with chains. The bass pro lure retriever is much better than the diawa. If I have to buy another it will be the bass pro one.

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#11947242 - 11/22/16 08:41 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
K.D. Offline
TFF Guru

Registered: 05/04/02
Posts: 13243
Loc: Hurst, TX

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#11947251 - 11/22/16 08:44 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
rongleaves Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 05/17/16
Posts: 131
Loc: Sunnyvale,Tx
The Tournament Choice one from Academy works great. It's only $4.99 and has saved me hundreds of $$. I tie it to a buoy mark and keep it hand, it's worked everytime I've needed it.

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#11947269 - 11/22/16 08:49 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
GIG'EM AGGIES Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 05/14/14
Posts: 1032
Loc: texas
Check out the post I just entered titled lure retriever by Clark Rheem. It's a video. I made two and they work better than anything you can buy.
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#11947403 - 11/22/16 10:00 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
Jaret Latta Online   content
TFF Celebrity

Registered: 01/06/07
Posts: 5986
Loc: Austin, Tx/Nacogdoches, Tx
Cheap academy version, add welded loop small chain from Lowes. For shallower water I like the telescopic pole version

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#11947464 - 11/22/16 11:06 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
GROD Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 09/12/10
Posts: 842
Loc: Eagle Mountain
Make your own... many how to videos. 3-4 oz. sinker, 1 zip tie, and one swivel containing the lure clip.


Edited by GROD (11/22/16 11:07 PM)

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#11947611 - 11/23/16 06:53 AM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
Matt Jackson Online   content
Pro Angler

Registered: 03/18/09
Posts: 743
Loc: Rockwall, Tx
Anything 10-15' you can't beat the telescoping retriever. It's like having another rod onboard but it will pay for its self in the first trip.
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#11948341 - 11/23/16 02:33 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
SAKS Offline
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Registered: 07/23/14
Posts: 684
I received a Timmy Horton money pole as a gift and it has performed well. You are limited to 18ft though. Anything deeper and you should just make your own. I also use it as a push pole when I am up shallower so I don't have to use the trolling motor. I my mind I am being sneaky but the fish are probably just laughing at me.

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#11948467 - 11/23/16 04:21 PM Re: Lure Retriever [Re: jacksonmj]
Fishin&Dishin Online   content
Outdoorsman

Registered: 02/04/16
Posts: 37
Loc: Rockwall
I'm a bank guy, and I've tried the weighted slider types with little success. If you're on the bank, I think the telescoping retriever is your better bet. BPS has a couple of options. One is something like 13' and one is 18', I believe. They'll cost somewhere around $30-$50, but they're worth the money.
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