Jio

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About Jio

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  • Birthday 03/20/1967

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    http://www.obblers.com/

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  • Location
    Hyvinkää, Finland
  • Interests
    Lurebuilding, pike fishing and re-painting.
  1. Fat-T Lota-lota.

    Thanks, I hope my wife don't need her strings for a while!
  2. Fat-T Lota-lota.

    This is 5"/3 oz. glider for my mate.

    © Jio

  3. Mid-Tail

    This is my first paddle tail jerkbait.
  4. Longer Top-T

    Here's my color testing for my (longer) Top-T blank.

    © http://www.obblers.com/

  5. Space Long-T

    It's some cheap glitter from hobby shop. I drop it on the wet lacque.
  6. Oak glider

    I found this old blank from my scrap box. It's ca, 18 cm long and 125 gr weight.

    © http://www.obblers.com/

  7. HPK glider

    I built this glider from the birch wood. It's ca. 20 cm long and 120 gr weight.

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  8. Fat-T "roach".

    Thanks, mate!
  9. Long-T's

    here's couple of gliders for a pikes in the archipelago of the Gulf of Finland.
  10. Long-T

    I built this Long-T glider for a mate who want it for a old Storm-color.
  11. Fat-T "roach".

    This is my short "fat" glider, ca. 5" and 3 oz.
  12. Trou-T's

    Here's my latest, but unfinished, Trou-T gliders ca. 3.5" and 1 oz.. Seven of these are painted for orders favorite colors. https://www.facebook.com/Obblers
  13. Gold Brother spinnerbait

    It was just a test, I noticed later I have make it better (and stronger) for a newer ones.
  14. 3 x Trou-T

    I build these first for my mate who want some small glider, without belly treble, for seatrout fishing. Those have great zig-zag action and wobble nice when they fall down. Here's no season for seatrout right now, so people catches perch and pikes by those.
  15. Gold Brother spinnerbait

    Well, I've been thinking if I start to build these too. I still need a mold for bigger head. These spinnerbaits were very good in spring for pikes in the shallow water and grass. They work there where I couldn't cast my gliders, ha-ha!