Lureback

Daniel C. Nielsen   Friday, June 17, 2005 9:03 PM

Lure retirevers have been around for a while. I have owned a few different types and overall, I can't say I have been really impressed with most of them however. Sometimes they worked. Oftentimes they just left an angler frustrated and wasted valuable fishing time. Simple D-ring type lure retrievers just don't cut it.

Lure retrievers have been around for a while. I have owned a few different types and overall, I can't say I have been really impressed with most of them however. Sometimes they worked. Oftentimes they just left an angler frustrated and wasted valuable fishing time. Simple D-ring type lure retrievers just don't cut it.

as ready to give up the idea of coming across a reliable lure retriever and resign myself to the fact that my yearly tackle losses were just a price I had to pay for doing what I loved to do.

Then I came across the LureBack. Made in Australia, this lure retriever sets itself apart from the competition by allowing an angler three different options for freeing or dislodging his tackle form snags. By force, riding over the lure or going under the lure. Two fully detachable wire arms are used to accommodate different sized lures.

one weekend alone, this handy lure retriever saved me close to a hundred bucks in tackle along a snag infested portion of the Missouri River while small mouth bass/white bass fishing. It is now my new best friend and like my Bucket Buddy, goes everywhere with me.

Crank bait fisherman NEED this! With the price of crank baits rising like gasoline prices did earlier this year, a lure retriever like Lureback is worth its weight in gold.

Add to this versatility an ease of use and guaranteed success rate and you have a product that is sure to please any angler and provide them a lifetime of faithful service.

The only drawback I seen with the Lureback was the overall size of the product when both metal wire arms were attached. It would make it hard to fit in smaller tackle boxes, but as I stated before, the wire arms are detachable, so it was only a very minor drawback and certainly one that outweighed any inconvenience associated with it. Just wait until you snag a pricey crank in some rocks in swift current and I can positively say that you will be overjoyed you bought the Lureback and its wire arms with you.

The Lureback is made of stainless steel and is non corrosive. Can be used in both fresh and saltwater around all sorts of structure and I'll make a personal guarantee that you'll be tickled pink with it! Its Iron Angler Tough! hats off to the fine folks at Lureback for finally perfecting the Lure Retriever.

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