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Husky last won the day on April 5 2014

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  1. Bay Springs Spotted Bass

    Very Nice Job! That's a pretty bait.
  2. Pointer 78 Spot

  3. Original Photo finish

    Look what you did! Nice Idea!
  4. Lake X Shad

    Love seeing your work.. Mike P
  5. Adhesive For Foil

    Thanks for the shout out. I was just happy to contribute.
  6. Adhesive For Foil

    Try laying on a thin layer of epoxy. 5 Min or D2T. Cover your finger with a finger from rubber gloves to apply it. Lay the photo on the lure and position it. Bullet Proof. Just my
  7. I'm happy that it worked well for you. Looking forward to seeing the pics. 1/2 round doesn't mean you can't get nearly full round, btw. Unlike POP, undercuts arent a problem. MP
  8. Just an update on the silicone. Walmart has their own silicone at $3. Ace Hardware has theirs for $4.50. Both work well.
  9. Photo Over Foil Question

    Try spray gluing the tissue to thin aluminum foil. Make 8 x 10 sheets and tape then so they can run through the printer. I had a tutorial on here somewhere.
  10. Silicone Molds

    Here is an old thread that might help. I found the best way adding water is to use a spray bottle. Spay, stir,spray stir, spray, stir gets a real nice blending. http://www.tackleund... silicone mold
  11. What Kind Of Casting Resin?

    Look up DASCAR (Resins) on Ebay. 2 gal, 14 lb size RP 40. Great product, great price.
  12. Microspheres US composites has them...
  13. Realistic Bluegill

    Hey Gene, It's you that got me started on photo finishing to begin with. That's a good looking bait, there!
  14. What Process Is This?

    While I can't say with certainty, It could well be Photo (tissue paper) on foil and finished with an airbrush. The foil seems be applied over mesh, ala Fatfingers technique. Whatever method the builder used, it came out great.
  15. Applying Epoxy?

    I use the finger from a rubber or plastic glove instead of a brush. JMHO, but it's much faster and gets the epoxy to lay down very smoothly. In a pinch, you can wrap saran wrap around your finger in lieu of the above. You'll be pleasantly surprised how quick and easy it is and the results will be as good or better than brushing. I posted about it a while ago.