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Salut si bine v-am gasit !

Bine v-am gasit !
Sunt din Bucuresti, pescuiesc la spinning de peste 30 de ani.
In ultima vreme din lipsa de timp, am iesit mai rar vara si mai mult toamna.
Sunt adeptul C&R.
Urmaresc acest forum de cca 2 ani si va apreciez pentru mesajele si toate informatiile scrise aici.
Fir intins !
 

Claudiu

Administrator
Membru personal
Salutare si bun venit Sabin. Esti un greu al spinningului, probabil ca ai vazut multe in anii astia asa ca asteptam povestirile tale
 
Bine v-am gasit !
pescuiesc la spinning de peste 30 de ani.
Acum 30 de ani nu am văzut vreun vobler nici măcar în poze!
esti prima persoana care am auzit sa declare asta.
Salut Sabi,
Bine ai venit pe forum si printre pasionatii spinning-ului !
Cu vechimea declarata in zona acestui stil de pescuit, cred ca ai putea deja sa predai cursuri, hi hi hi thumbsuuuup
Dupa cum spuneau si ceilalti colegi, cred ca ai multe istorii de povestit si pariez ca toate vor fi interesante !

Referitor la "acum 30 ani" ... iata ce se poate gasi la o prima cautare pe net, despre naluci artificiale :

1. 100 Million Lures Later, and They're Still Fishing
One day in 1959, Ron Weber, a young salesman in Minnesota, wrote to request exclusive distribution rights in the United States.
Mr. Weber set up a successful American franchise, Normark Corporation, just in time to catch the wave created on Aug. 17, 1962, when Life magazine published an article, ''The Lure That Fish Can't Resist.'' That, of course, made it a lure fishermen could not resist.
''Suddenly, it became a national product in the United States,'' Jarmo Rapala said. ''It was terrible here. They could produce 5,000 or 10,000 lures a year. They could have sold 500,000.''
[...]
The American lures worked very well, but the Rapala family insisted that only its more buoyant balso lures had the ''swimming action'' that truly killed. Production rose to 800,000 in 1964 and then climbed toward five million a year by the early 1970's as the company moved through a series of ever-bigger factories.
But for the founder, Lauri Rapala, this all became a rags-to-remorse story. He had been born out of wedlock in 1907, and his name was, literally, mud. He was christened Rapala after the town of his birth, a place whose name derives from the Finnish ''rapa'' for mud.
Merita sa cititi tot articolul, de altfel !

2. Wikipedia: Plug_(fishing)
The concept of an attractant tied to the end of a line to entice fish goes back to prehistoric peoples, but the modern concept of the plug lure is attributed to James Heddon, a beekeeper from Dowagiac, Michigan, who was whittling a piece of wood one day in the late 19th century while relaxing alongside a millpond. When he rose to leave, he tossed the carved scrap of wood into the pond, and a large bass struck at it as it wobbled down through the water. Intrigued by this, Heddon began experimenting and perfected a design he dubbed the "Lucky 13" — a plug that is still sold today. By the early 20th century, many companies were in the business of designing and selling plug lures.
 
Nu inteleg mirarea unora. Nu ati auzit de renumitele lansete "Germina" si nici de linguri sau lingurite rotative ?
Da, eu pescuiesc la spinning inca din 1984.
 

adiwolf

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Membru personal
de auzit am auzit si unii dintre noi le-am mai si pescuit, accidental, dar pescar dedicat de spinning inca de prin anii '80 eu unul nu am cunoscut decat o singura persoana (care oricum nu mai este printre noi din pacate)
 
de auzit am auzit si unii dintre noi le-am mai si pescuit, accidental, dar pescar dedicat de spinning inca de prin anii '80 eu unul nu am cunoscut decat o singura persoana (care oricum nu mai este printre noi din pacate)
Pai cine a zis ca si eu asi fi "pescar dedicat de spinning". Dar sigur, sunt si pescari 80% "dedicati".