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PostSubject: Pyramid lead   Mon Jun 22, 2015 7:12 pm

In America and Australia they all use pyramid leads and there surf can be very heavy ! They say they hold very well . I admit they won't be as good on a pendulum cast ..but for most my bassing I only use a overhead thump ! . Be quicker then fixing grips when you have a manic bit of action!! Plus losing them in rough ground will be lot better than keep ordering Gemini heads and tails .. I've ordered a 5 to 6 oz mold from America .more expensive then other moulds I've got but looking forward to trying this out ...

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PostSubject: Re: Pyramid lead   Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:33 pm

Mate - pyramid leads - flat back, reversed pyramids, fluted pyramids. long tail pyramids have been used for years and are not hot news at all - they are best on clean sand - you may want to try ball leads too as they hold almost as good in certain conditions
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PostSubject: Re: Pyramid lead   Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:35 pm

I've got some 4oz ones and they do stick the bottom and hold Exclamation
I initially got them to use in a strong tide when hunting flattys as I thought they wouldn't roll in as quickly as a normal plain lead but I found they didn't roll at all Exclamation

I do like them and they cast very well too fishing
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