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the skin-covered object which runs on a monorail on a Greyhound racing track and which the dogs are schooled to chase. The lure must be kept 30 to 40 ft ahead of the leading dog so that the field is stretched out. Bunching of the field is likely to cause too many injuries by bumping and fighting.
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A second manufacturer introduced 2 additional pheromone lures in 2015.
In return, he's brought back information on new lures and developments.
Tugging usually worsens matters by driving hooks deeper or wedging an entire lure tighter into whatever grips it.
Through its subsidiaries Tink's and Dead Down Wind, Arcus manufactures and markets a range of leading deer lures, attractants, and scent control products.
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One of my young friends would change lures every few minutes, not because the fish might like a different one, but because he liked a different one.
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Traps were checked once a week from mid-May to mid-June, and lures were replaced every other week.
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To make your own fishing lures, start with an old tablespoon or teaspoon.
To help avoid undue competition for a single lure, there are three lures placed several feet apart along the pulley line.
I will not receive a thousand lures at my house for plugging their product in this column.