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lure

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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Three different commercial odor lures were compared in the field: CeraTrap[R] (Bioiberica, Barcelona, Spain), Biolure[R] (Suterra LLC, Bend, Oregon, USA) and the liquid hydrolyzed protein lure commonly used to monitor Anastrepha species in Mexico.
Making lipped lures work effectively relies on a several things, in my experience.
The product showcase page on EZ Angler features Lockett Lures Outlet newest big line product, its deadly Fatties.
They have found a formula for a lure that can trap a major milkweed pest.
What's more, the plastic blends are tailored to allow each lure to sink and remain at a specified depth from 2 to 60 ft or more, using no lead weights.
It was like pouring gasoline on a campfire, we were overwhelmed with requests for Rapala lures.
I've had good success with countdowns, but tend to lose these lures most.
So far, Carter has learned a lot about the reservoir and nothing about the lures.
The water had yet to clear but I put my lure through slowly along the bottom as you do for zander when I got a take," said Alan, who only took up coarse fishing seriously seven years ago.
About $490 million of that total went to purchase lures and other artificial baits, says Forbes Darby of the American Sport-fishing Association, a trade group based in Alexandria, Va.
But, maybe I don't want to say it that way, because we also make some blended scents, and we offer a Tarsal Gland Lure, too.
We knew it was a little different from run-of-the-mill lures, but nowhere near that," one of the sellers said.