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Found 4 results

  1. shlock

    Spybait props

    Any one know where to get propellers for spybaits? Thanks in advance.
  2. First attempts at topwater prop baits, all handmade from balsa. Obviously this gill just got clearcoat and doesn't have the props installed yet, but I am not unhappy with the paint job considering it is only the third bluegill pattern I have ever tried to paint. Any and all constructive criticism is appreciated. Thanks.

    © Denver Haddix, Jr.

  3. First attempts at prop baits for bass.

    © Denver Haddix, Jr.

  4. First attempts at some topwater prop baits for bass. Nothing earth-shattering about the paint jobs, all handmade from balsa. Float tested them and I am pretty excited about the way the float, hopefully once we get some warmer weather I will be able to test them and see if the bass like them. Anyway, just wanted to share, any and all constructive criticism is appreciated. Thanks to everyone on here for sharing your knowledge, definitely shortens the learning curve!

    © Denver Haddix, Jr.

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