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  1. spoonpluggergino

    100 2309

    The Cisco kid bait was found by a friend on the July trip to LOTW, the bait hooks were all rusted and the bait was green with slime. I cleaned the bait removed all the paint, painted the bait with a bass green kept, it simple with some scales, I like the way it came out, simple and clean, the other two are seven inch Crane baits Gino
  2. Griffond

    spoons refurbished

    So I finally managed to track down the pic I took of all the spoons the kids and I did. All these spoons were bought at are local junk shop and I got a pile more of them then this. They for like 10 for $3 since they were all rusty or missing most of the paint etc... I sanded off all the faces and primered them all and we went to town with painters tape and rattle cans... the goofy designs on some are from the kids choices of stuff. Needless to say in the best Northern Pike lake we have they all caught fish and what a cheap project to do. They all got two coats of auto clear which seems to hold up almost as good as powder coat.
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