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  1. This is a side view of my battery powered vibrating cicada. The colors are orange and black. The eyes are also orange.
  2. Bogbaits Green Mamba Rattle Snake Lure,these come in 6 inch and 8 inch versions,custom colored plastic and custom painted,these have a 3 ball Pyrex glass rattle inserted in the tail ,they also come in slow sinking and Floating version to give our customers the different options,realistic 3d Snake eyes add to the look of this Very Cool Snake lure,they have a crazy tail action when worked properly with the extra weight of the rattle in the tail.
  3. m_vandorn

    IMG 0731

    One of my latest battery powered vibrating lure with YUM 3" grub soft bait tail. Flat nose.
  4. One of my latest battery powered vibrating lure with YUM 3" grub soft bait tail. Glidebait
  5. One of my latest battery powered vibrating lure with YUM 3" grub soft bait tail. This is a glide bait showing the battery compartment opened.
  6. One of my latest battery powered vibrating lure with YUM 3" grub soft bait tail. This shows the battery compartment opened.
  7. m_vandorn

    My Shake 'N Shad

    I've made many different solar powered lure designs and of all of them, this design and the Solar Popper design are my favorite solar powered designs. With that said, however, the battery powered vibrating lures are now my main focus because they are even more effective at attracting fish. The battery powered versions can be used in so many lure designs because they do not require the sun to activate the vibrating motor. I currently have several battery powered designs in prototype and test. The cicada is my first completed design.
  8. I thought I'd try to make a GIF file to show how the lure vibrates on the water.
  9. Picture of the battery powered vibrating cicada lure in the water. This lure is similar to the one entered in the contest except for one improvement. The head has been reduced in size slightly to make more in proportion to the body.
  10. Like my cicada lure, this lure is a battery powered vibrating topwater lure. Unlike the cicada, where the head of the lure is the cap to the battery compartment, the cap to the motor compartment of this lure is where off-the-shelf soft baits tails can be attached to the lure. The soft bait on the lure in the picture is a YUM 3" yellow grub. The bass was caught with a YUM yellow twin tail attached to it. I will be making a swim tail soft bait for this lure too. I've not found an off-the-shelf swim tail that I can use. This lure is still in the prototype stage because I have not yet finalized t
  11. The battery powered vibrating cicada in two colors, different form the one I entered in the contest.
  12. After learning how to make molds for resin lures, I started making a solar powered vibrating bug type lure I call the solar popper. These lures take a #4 treble hook.
  13. This is the my first vibrating solar powered lure design made in 2013. It was shaped from a 1/2" thick piece of balsa wood. It is 1 1/2" (Long) x 1/2" (Wide) x 5/8" (Tall). The motor compartment was cut out with a 1/4" dremel bit using my dremel tool. The solar cell was inlayed / sealed on the top.
  14. Bogbaits

    Bogs Topwater Rats

    These are Bogbaits Topwater Rats,made from a silicone mold, we added our floating additive to our hard Plastisol to achieve just the right Buoyancy,Custom paint using the Vip Soft Plastic Lure Paint,mixed the paint light to achieve the effect with air brush,we added our Cool solid Black 3d eyes,then we hand dipped the entire rat in a clear hard plastisol to tuff it up,we like to add a 4/0-6/0 widegap hook!!!These are killer on and over any weedbed but are also great in open water when jerked,they actually dart side to side!!!
  15. My Lure was made by hand carving a master lure body and head. The head acts as a watertight cap to the battery / motor compartment. The lure is 45 mm in length, made with a through wire to connect the fishing on one end and a treble hook on the other. It is capable to hold up to a #4 treble hook. It uses one AG3/LR41 size, replaceable battery. The Battery life, while seemingly short, at 15 minutes, is not a problem because the lure has been designed for rapid battery replacement. It takes less than 8 seconds to change the battery. Additionally, battery cost is very low (less than $0.05 each on
  16. My version of Summer gill pattern, I used a Rat-L-trap style blank painted with a pearl white base followed by sunfish yellow , some violet for the stripes a bright orange belly and then added some violet hi-light mist to obtain a brilliant natural look, then finished with 2 coats of durable finish.

    © SugarHillBaits- Jason Jennings

  17. Just another out of the box design.

    © RLM.

  18. Pumpkin Back Red Eye Shad in a lipliss lure body. Red gill outline for added attraction..

    © Lure Me In Custom Painted Crankbaits

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