ifish

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  1. Fatfingers Flatshad

    Wow!! love the gold stringy thing!!
  2. Uv Plastisol Additives

    Thanks guys. I was wandering if you could add the spike it UV. Will try it out. The powder tends to clump up a little. Thanks again!!
  3. Uv Plastisol Additives

    Looks like $75.00 shipped for 5 liters. That is why I am asking around. They have it on ebay!
  4. Uv Plastisol Additives

    I have been using a powder UV Blast to mix in my plastic and was wandering if there is something else. Did a search already and nothing came up in past posts. Also looking at Lure Solutions UV plastisol. Anyone trying anything new or different? Thanks for any ideas!!
  5. 13198560 10154066768698592 6229218512534816833 O

    Looks like it is a black small bait then wrapped and re-dipped in clear. Just a guess!!
  6. LARGEMOUTH SURFACE BAIT

    Wow, that dang thing is unbelievable. Nice paint and killer bait!
  7. Japanese style paint

    That is fantastic. I have never seen anything that nice. Sure wish you had a video on that style of painting!
  8. custom carbon Rod

    Wow. that is amazing. Very nice and bet you can feel a fly land on the tip!
  9. American Eagle Lure 005

    Cool patriotic bait. Nice job. Hand painted Eagle rocks!
  10. 004 custom colors

    Nice. Those are a pain in the butty to do.
  11. Uncle Sammy Wants You

    First through wire with rattles. Carved western cedar.
  12. IMG 0208

    Wow. That is a huge amount of work for the great detail. Very neat bait.
  13. Glidebaits

    Fantastic paint, wandering where the scale pattern came from? Very cool bait!!
  14. More baby Murray cod

    Those are wicked to say the least. Looks like a ton of work. I don't understand how that paint was done but fantastic.
  15. another pumpkinseed

    Very cool paint. What overcoat you using?