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  W90 Woomera (Medium)
Aboriginal name
Another lure which owes its name to aboriginal culture. Woomera is the name for a specially shaped stick used for throwing spears, and a place in South Australia where there used to be a rocket range. Another of our lures, the Jindivik, has a connection with Woomera too.

Tow from the nose
Woomera tows from the nose (like the Viper). It has large eyes, a slim slab-sided body to provide good hook exposure, and a narrow action with a high frequency wobble.

Mangrove creeks
Although designed for the tropical mangrove creek scene, it works well on southern saltwater species, and goes deep enough to be a proposition for large native species in rivers.
Main Australian freshwater species
  • barramundi
  • Murray cod
  • golden perch
  • saratoga
Main Australian saltwater species
  • barramundi
  • mangrove jack
  • estuary cod
  • flathead
  • tailor
  • trevally
Main foreign species
  • Papuan bass
  • northern pike

 

 
Barramundi
 
Pink Thing (PI)

Body length, excluding bib Weight of lure Size and grade of hooks Size and grade of split rings Number of colour variations How easy is it to cast How easy is it to wind in Floater or sinker
90mm 15g #4 #4H 15 The more lights the better The more lights the better floats

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Action is influenced by bib size/shape, retrieve speed and method of attachment.
Depth is influenced by bib size/shape, retrieve speed, class and length of line and method of attachment.
Speed potential is influenced by design of lure and tuning.

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