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  1. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    Siniyo if you make the lip narrower it will still dive deep .You could cup it like Hazmail have shown in some of his tutorials this will help in giving the lure action .
  2. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    Siniyo have you tried other lips on the lure? Sometimes a too big lip can kill the action on small lures .Try to place the linetie lower towards the lip or even on the lip .
  3. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    Siniyo can you post a picture of the lure you
  4. Anyone ever seen this bait?

    Finally found the name i was looking for !!! Do a search for Rush Tango either on google or ebay it could be a version of it
  5. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    Dieter Center of gravity has some to do with center of movement , but thats a thing you can tinker with after you have a working lure to get "hunting" action incorporated to your lure . But thats a complete diffrent issue . If you ook at Lapala
  6. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    The x-point would be the nonmoving part of the lure seen from above ,its the axis of movement. For example if you take your lure to a stream set it barely submerged you will have a point on your lure that barely moves at all thats the x-point
  7. always failed in sinking crank,help!!!

    Sinyo if you use a denser/heavier kind of wood that barely floats build 5 alike lures on the first you DONT add any weight at all . Finish it completely testrun it so it swims find the centre of movement ,the so called X-point in which it doesnt move seen from above THIS is your weighting point . Now add a light weight to it so it sinks with the desired sinkingrate ,if done correctly you´ll have a perfectly swimming sinking lure . You dont have to look at other x-rayed baits since they are calculated by a whole team of designers and computers if you follow my simple guide to building a sinking lure.
  8. Anyone ever seen this bait?

    Seen similar lures on ebay named Bassmaster classic something it really resembles an early tadpolly version The one to ask is KcDano he if anyone gotta know what it is
  9. Alloying Lead

    try a smaller mix 50% lead 50% wheelweights 1 lb or so just to see what you will get that should get you started
  10. Diving Lips for tiny crankbaits

    You can look for Sicovinyl often used for faceshields any woodworking company should carry those. Easy to bend with pliars or vices
  11. Propionate blush cure?

    Are you painting on top of prop? If so why are you afraid of the blush? I have never bothered to remove it unless i use prop for a topcoat . I havent seen any reaction from underlaying blush whatsoever on the lures i made .
  12. Happy Birthday Diemai

    Congrats Dieter !!Petri Heil for the 2009
  13. Happy Birthday Lincoya

    Congrats Gene !! Hope you
  14. Happy Birthday , Swede

    Thanks for the greetings guys! I know you
  15. Tylerd1994 Happy Birthday

    Congrats to Tyler of the future tacklemaking generation Hope your day is a great one and hope you
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