Bassfisher1

TU Member
  • Content count

    265
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Bassfisher1

  1. Bassfisher1

    Slounch Slayer SD.jpg

    EFFECTIVE DEPTH RANGE=4-8FT

    © 2018

  2. Bassfisher1

    Shallow Slim Shads.jpeg

    © 2018

  3. Bassfisher1

    SLOUNCH SLAYER SUNFISH HINGES.jpg

    © 2018

  4. Bassfisher1

    SLOUNCH SLAYER SUNFISH MULTI.jpg

    © 2018

  5. Bassfisher1

    Slounch Slayer Sunfish.jpeg

    © 2018

  6. Bassfisher1

    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.
  7. Bassfisher1

    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.
  8. Bassfisher1

    SOFT SWIMBAIT FINS

    Barry, I just tried some Loctite super glue and it seems to do a decent job.
  9. Bassfisher1

    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.
  10. Bassfisher1

    Radical Cranking.mp4

    Smelly Belly 3.0 with a ‘Serrated Lip’

    © 2018

  11. Bassfisher1

    A handful of goodies.jpeg

    © 2018

  12. Bassfisher1

    Crab Apples.jpeg

    © 2018

  13. Bassfisher1

    Crab Apples.jpeg

    Thank you!
  14. Bassfisher1

    scented crankbait.jpg

    © 2018

  15. Bassfisher1

    scented crankbait.jpg

    Thank you!
  16. Bassfisher1

    Crab Apples.jpeg

    Thanks, I appreciate the kind words!
  17. Bassfisher1

    Slounch Slayer Sunfish.JPG

    © 2017

  18. Bassfisher1

    Slounch Slayer Sunfish.JPG

    Thanks JayBee!! I will post some pics once completed.
  19. Bassfisher1

    read my lips.jpeg

    © 2017

  20. Bassfisher1

    read my lips.jpeg

    Thank you
  21. Bassfisher1

    Lavender Grey Shad-Pink.JPG

    Slounch Slayer MD shown with our new lip and in 'Lavender Grey Shad-Pink' color
  22. Bassfisher1

    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
  23. Bassfisher1

    Slim Shad.jpeg

    A few Slim Shads this morning. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

    © 2017

  24. Bassfisher1

    tricked out crankbaits.jpeg

    © 2017

  25. Bassfisher1

    tricked out crankbaits.jpeg

    Thanks for the interest. It's funny you mentioned the lip. Some love it and some hate it based off it's appearance but all that have tried it, love it...............Along with the usual custom qualities, these crankbaits also possess the following "Crankbait Essentials": 1)A custom lip that allows the bait to deflect properly and cut thru the column with ease 2)A rotating rear hook anchor that increases your catch ratio especially those back hook fish 3)A belly magnet for the front treble making it more natural looking, more weedless, and eliminates hook rash 4)Owner 150 degree stinger treble on front and a Owner ST36 treble in back Again, thanks for the interest!