Bassfisher1

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About Bassfisher1

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  • Birthday 03/05/1970

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  • Location
    Hendersonville,North Carolina
  • Interests
    Crankbaits and Swimbaits

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  1. SOFT SWIMBAIT FINS

    Thanks Nathan. I've done some experimenting today and I think you guys are spot on. The super glue type products really adheres well with the soft rubber and the resin.
  2. SOFT SWIMBAIT FINS

    Barry, I just tried some Loctite super glue and it seems to do a decent job.
  3. SOFT SWIMBAIT FINS

    I can understand that method as I have mine designed to be pinned or glued. I would prefer the glue if I can find something that will bond well to the soft plastisol rubber and the resin.....Thanks for your reply.
  4. SOFT SWIMBAIT FINS

    What kind of adhesive would you guys suggest to attach soft plastisol fins to a resin swimbait? I have tried 5 min epoxy and it did not adhere.
  5. Radical Cranking.mp4

    Smelly Belly 3.0 with a ‘Serrated Lip’

    © 2018

  6. A handful of goodies.jpeg

    © 2018

  7. Crab Apples.jpeg

    Thank you!
  8. scented crankbait.jpg

    Thank you!
  9. scented crankbait.jpg

    © 2018

  10. Crab Apples.jpeg

    Thanks, I appreciate the kind words!
  11. Slounch Slayer Sunfish.JPG

    Thanks JayBee!! I will post some pics once completed.
  12. Crab Apples.jpeg

    © 2018

  13. read my lips.jpeg

    Thank you
  14. read my lips.jpeg

    © 2017

  15. Lavender Grey Shad-Pink.JPG

    Thank you for the kind words.....This is the "negative" part of the lip so it does not affect the action of the lure. It does however enhance it. Here is how it does it: 1)Allows the crankbait to dive with less resistance(It really cuts thru the water column nicely) 2)Along with the holes, it produces a different trailing turbulence when retrieved in which we hope will attract more positive fish attention 3)It seems to rip thru vegetation easier than a standard lip 4)It seems to deflect better. A more erractic side deflection 5)And last but not least....it looks pretty cool too