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What lures do Australian salmon like?

Asked: Alexandre Allison, Last Updated:

Main lures I use are Rapala X-Rap Countdowns, Savage Gear Minnows, or Kokoda Minnows. Soft Plastics I'll try to use something similar to a Pillie or other smallish baitfish, any natural colour plastic, like Silver, Pale White, or even something that resembles a small Salmonoid.

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