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Found 9 results

  1. Cardoff

    Plumb Crazy

    © Copyright 2019 Chad G. Ardoff All rights reserved.

  2. Cardoff

    Plumb Crazy 2

    © Copyright 2019 Chad G. Ardoff All rights reserved.

  3. Cardoff

    Plumb Crazy 3

    © Copyright 2019 Chad G. Ardoff All rights reserved.

  4. Leppy


    Hand made from Douglas Fir, through wired with 1/6" Stainless TIG rod, lip made from salvaged stainless

    © Thomas Carey

  5. Rann

    The "Warhawk"

    Basswood popper turned on my lathe and airbrushed. The eyes and mouth were hand painted by me and almost drove me back to smoking by the time I finished!
  6. I love those old Creek Chub baits but the beetles in my area are extremely rare and online prices for originals were too much for me, so I just made one for myself. Not exact, but good enough for me.
  7. Rann


    A small topwater crankbait with glass eyes. Basswood turned on my lathe and airbrushed. I kinda went wild on the paint job but I like how it turned out.
  8. A fun little topwater mouse. Lathe turned wood, metal ears, paracord tail, meticulously hand painted by my wife.
  9. Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone can give me some ideas. I make my own wooden baits and cut the dive lips out of plexi glass. I see some people doing this with the line tie going thru the lip and into the body. I have been trying to figure out how to do it this way instead of having to use screw eyes in the nose of the bait. I see that lure parts online sells the lips with a line tie already in them, but I would rather make them on my own. I guess its a lure builder pride thing. Haha! Does any one have any suggestions for me? Thanks Jay
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