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  1. Supreme Pumpkinseed

    © Lure Me In Custom Painted Crankbaits

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  2. heres a tip. find a furnace squirrel cage with a motor. box it and run thru the window or cut between studs and exit outside. old furnace squirrel cage blowers will move hundreds of cubic air a minute. ,but if your heating the heat goes with it.
    2 points
  3. Well, it turned out to be a Kinami Rad Shad, color is k603 ghost shad. GOT ANY, PLEASE!!!
    1 point
  4. No, do-it, zeiners, any that sell the mold will sell the wire.
    1 point
  5. I saw some of that on the side of the road the other day.. should have grabbed it.
    1 point
  6. Makes sense since acetone is used around here for cleaning plastisols, colors and rtv masters, wipe it off and then dries right after. Another way to clean dirty molds like rtv is to pour hot plastic over it and pull off, brings all the dirt along with it.
    1 point
  7. I would not use the spray unless you have a commercial spray booth and proper mask, it works great on the lure but I don't have a good enough of a booth I will only use outside in the summer. End of that. Wayne
    1 point
  8. I think making your own with Lexan is your best bet. I use it in 1/16" and 1/8", and get it from Home Depot. If you think circuit board is too thin because of the lip slot in your baits, consider using a filler to make up the difference. Circuit board really works well for crank bills.
    1 point
  9. Mark, Ben and Glenn - the most important part of any fishing ensemble is the nut that holds up the rod.
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