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  1. I have pictures in the gallery (somewhere) of some small gliders that work great. They are my smallmouth killers. I have made them in wide gizzard shad shapes and narrow shiner shapes. They both glide great but the wide gizzard shad shape catches far more fish for me, especially at Erie. The prototypes I carved out of PVC and then once I got them where I liked them I made them out of resin.
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    large perch lipless

    Thank you. I wish I was still in the game.
  3. bass100

    large lipless

    No, I do not. These were posted in regards to a conversation in the hard baits section about lipless cranks.
  4. bass100

    Mega Traps

    Sorry Mark, that is all I got. All my weighting is before the center point of the bait. The important part was getting your weight in the best vertical spot. Depending on the height of the bait you would need to be more towards center or down at the bottom. It is a lot easer to get the weight right than a crank or a swimbait. Make sure you got a nice big flat surface on the head of the bait to act like a lip. The flatter the head the more wiggle the rounder the head the less wiggle.
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    Mega Traps

    The only way I know that you can get those big liplesses is know somebody or make them yourself. I just posted in the gallery some of my lipless masters that I created for molding. They all swam great and are between 1 and 1.5 ounces. I ended up leaving the business and sold the masters to another gentleman and he uses them quit a bit. You should try carving your own, they really are not that difficult to make, just copy a picture like I did. Forgot to add that they are all between 4.5 and 5 inches long and take #2 trebles that will not tangle. They really are one of the easier baits to create but not many are doing it.
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    large lipless

    This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff.
  7. bass100

    large crappie lipless

    This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff.
  8. This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff.
  9. bass100

    large perch lipless

    This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff.
  10. bass100

    large bluegill lipless

    This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff. This was the hardest lipless to get to swim right.
  11. This is a large lipless master that was hand carved from wood. Just showing that liplesses don't have to be the same old stuff.
  12. bass100

    Walking Away

    Thanks fellas.
  13. bass100

    Walking Away

    Well guys, I have been apart of TU for a while and I now have to walk away from lure making and fishing. A couple of years ago I went from a wonderful job to fully disabled overnight. I have finally hit the point that I can no longer aford to make lures or fish. I knew this day was coming but I hoped it would not. If any one is near Brookville, PA I have a bit of stuff to sell. I have over $2500 worth of airbrushing stuff I will sell for a $1000. I have loved being apart of this family and will miss alot of you but it is time to move on.
  14. bass100

    Clear Bills

    Yes, he clearly says he bought the baits. He did not make them.
  15. I believe those are distortion temps with just heat, once you add the pressure from the expanding hot air I am sure the baits would distort at a much lower temp.
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