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Found 17 results

  1. runt17

    The finished lure after painting and epoxy.
  2. runt16

    Final product.
  3. runt15

    wrap a piece of cloth type sandpaper around a dowel, and smooth the two sides of the nose.
  4. runt14

    This is what the nose looks like after the rasp.
  5. runt13

    Another pic of using the rasp to smooth and final shape the nose.
  6. runt12

    Using a rounded rasp (I use a Dragon file), lightly continue to shape and smooth the two sides of the nose.
  7. runt11

    Profile view of carved nose.
  8. runt10

    This is how the nose looks after carving.
  9. runt9

    Now, using the bent skew chisel, continue working the two sides of the nose to the new top centerline.
  10. runt8

    Redraw the top centerline along the new flat area just created in the last step.
  11. runt7

    Using your chisel, carve right down the top line to start creating a curve nose.
  12. runt6

    Continue carving until you achieve carved sides that meet the two lines that are 90 degrees away from the top line .
  13. runt5

    Using a bent skew carving chisel, start along the 1" line one either side of the top line and start removing material. Move from side to side to keep the two sides symmetrical.
  14. runt4

    Runt blank inserted into soft jaw vise, ready for carving.
  15. runt3

    view of the marked lines from the nose.
  16. runt2

    Drill hook eyelet hole at intersection of two lines on bottom of lure. Drill weight holes if adding weights.
  17. runt1

    Marking a turned blank for a river runt nose. Mark line along lure every 90 degrees. Mark a line around the lure 1" from nose.