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  1. Not a pro but what about using a Mylar balloon? Bait looks nice!
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    Looks great....just curious what did you use as scale material?
  3. Hey not that it really means much but are you sure its a triple trout? They are not made from wood they are a resin body.
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    thinktank last pic

    You consider keeping the line tie in the 1st head section? Just guessing but it seems it would keep the head pulling through the water straight and allow the back section to really kick interesting design
  5. Nope they are soft plastic baits. I believe they are made out of some type of silicone? Here are some links maybe this will help. http://www.316lurecompany.com/baits/bluegill.html http://www.outdoorproshop.com/Osprey-Tournament-Talon-Top-Hook-Swimbait-6-7-i-p/Osprey-Top_Hook.htm Kind of hard to tell with out holding them
  6. Hey this isnt the same issue but thought you guys might find this interesting. PRESS RELEASE April 14, 2010 For Immediate Release: Contact: Ken Huddleston Huddleston Deluxe, Inc. Huddleston Deluxe Awarded Key Patent on SwimBait Las Vegas, NV - April 14, 2010 - Huddleston Deluxe, the leading innovator and provider of swimbait fishing lures, today announced that it has been awarded "Fish Lure with Vortex Tail" as U.S. Patent Number 7,627,979, issued December 2, 2009. This patent issued to Huddleston Deluxe, Inc. by the United States Patent and Trademark Office covers the key characteristics required to manufacture a swimbait having a weighted insert and vortex tail design. The patented features enable several important benefits such as: Life-like swimming action during slow or fast retrieves; A vortex tail to move water in a certain and enticing manner; and Balanced fishing lure feature for stable movement through a body of water. Huddleston Deluxe is pleased that the USPTO has issued this patent and believes that its patent will provide protection for the swimbait products of Huddleston Deluxe. "A U.S. patent entitles its owner to prevent anyone else from making, using, importing, offering to sell, or selling the invention described in the patent claims in the U.S," said Richard T. Ogawa, Patent Counsel for Huddleston Deluxe. "Enforcement of the U.S. Patent may be against manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of any infringing swimbait products." Huddleston Deluxe has commenced a dialog with retailers and vendors about this patent. "We hope to help bring some order to an industry that has been plagued with a certain amount of ignorance with respect to intellectual property rights" said Ken Huddleston, founder of Huddleston Deluxe and inventor of the patent. "I believe that the U.S. Patent system works and hope to help the real innovators in the industry protect its products." To view the U.S. Patent, Click Here Please feel free to forward this email to anyone. Thank You, Huddleston Deluxe, Inc.
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    MichSpecial (M)_labeled.JPG

    Looking sweet! Are you from Michigan? Where from if so
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    Color Matching...

    Yeah looks great!
  9. I was wondering if anyone knew what type of plastic 316 soft baits are made of. (I think ospreys use the same) It seems to be almost like a silicone? Thanks
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    German Brown

    Where can you get those wood blanks at? Btw great looking paint job!
  11. Honestly I would almost always say action is more important however I think it depends on you are fishing it...for example if its a bait you plan on "dead sticking" then looks would prob be more important. I am just getting into swimbait fishing but from my understanding a lot of big fish can be caught this way.
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    tasty trout

    wow you did a fantastic job!
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    sexy shad

    Man what a great looking bait. Is that one of yours or a repaint?
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