Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'walleye'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • TU Club Forums
  • General Discussions
    • TU Site Info & Updates
    • The Docks
  • Public Tackle Making Forums
    • Hard Baits
    • Soft Plastics
    • Wire Baits
    • Fly tying
    • Rod & Reel building & repair
    • Boatbuilding
    • Homebrew Tools
    • Hybrid Tackle
  • The Bait Shop
    • Classified Ads
    • TU Advertiser Forum
  • Knowledge Base
    • Member Submitted Tutorials
  • TU Events and Contests
    • TU Events
    • TU Lure Swap
  • Web Tools
  • News Archive
    • General News

Product Groups

  • TU Premium Membership
  • Advertisements
  • TU Swag

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 16 results

  1. noahhumfeld@yahoo.com

    Airbrushing Walleye Spinner Blades

    Hey everybody, I've got a question for anybody who paints spinner blades with an airbrush: do you need to use some sort of primer or clear coat prior to painting? I fish walleye tournaments and have thousands of blades, and have recently gotten into custom painting crankbaits, and am looking into doing the same with blades. I have several patterns that I love which seem to simply have the paint sprayed directly onto the bare metal, with a clear coat over the top. I use createx paints, would just painting on the bare metal work? Thanks!!
  2. Ifish4fish

    New to this!

    Hello everyone from NW Indiana! I'm new to this lure painting thing. I'm trying to get a pretty good idea on how to get started painting lures. If anyone can give me some tips or point me in the right direction on what material I will need such as what kind of paint do I use and the steps I have to take from start to finish. I would really appreciate the help guys. Thanks alot!
  3. Chuck Young

    Walleye.JPG

  4. Chuck Young

    HDH Walleye.JPG

  5. Chuck Young

    Walleye, AUM.JPG

  6. Hey guys, Last weekend I was going through some of my trolling spinners. My buddy has asked me why I had so many of these "harnesses" as he called them. I told him what they are then showed him how to make them. After getting a bunch more questions he asked me to create a basic video to use. I've been building variations of these spinners, strip-ons, and live bait harnesses for years. They work wonders covering lots of water to find active fish. Last summer I had caught walleye, perch, pike, musky, bullheads, different panfish species. I want to see what you guys think about it. Thanks for your time, Scott
  7. Chuck Young

    58d9f076f1e22_hdhwalleye.JPG

    My entry in best painted blank. Please critique. How could i improve this?
  8. A How To video on painting a Walleye Pattern crankbait
  9. GillsNThrillsCustomLures

    Baby Bass

    Custom painted Baby Bass crankbait created by Gills 'n Thrills Customized Lures / Kayla Moore. Color combinations of red, yellow, lime green, hunter green, black and white with a scale pattern and glitter for some special effects. Was brought out fishing after completed and caught a 26 1/2" walleye!
  10. Griffond

    In The Fall Bigger Is Better

    So I am kinda new to the area I live in at the moment and the main area of fishing is the Mississippi River in central Minnesota... and since I don't have my boat here it has all been done from shore. Now there have been plenty of people telling me there are walleyes to be had in the river even from shore but I had yet to catch one. I tried jigging with a minnow, I tried bottom fishing with minnows, crawlers, dead smelt... still no walleye... lots of bass... no walleye... so yesterday since the weather was cold and overcast I went to the dam on the deep side and just started chucking every crankbait I had in the box... started small and worked up to the biggest I had which is the largest Shad Rap Rapala makes for very deep fishing... and finally on the good old blue and silver color... I got a small one... which made a great dinner for me... but that reminded me... in the fall fish are feeding for winter and putting on fat... so they generally won't bother with the small stuff because its to much work for the small amount of food... that is why the big crank got the fish and why other people also caught fish on big Husky Jerk style lures and large spinners... in the fall Bigger is Better...
  11. Illumibait

    Jerkbait 15cm, 75gr. Walleye

    country: germany material: polyurethan color: Wicked, Hansa pro-color finish: etex
  12. Illumibait

    Jerkbait 15cm, 75gr. Walleye

    country: germany material: polyurethan color: Wicked, Hansa pro-color finish: etex
  13. I made this bait, and it was intended for bass, but guys keep asking how it does on walleye? I a can not give the a real answer as I have never tried it. Guys have said it should work really well on a jig. What do you think? As the bait is sitting still, the tail of the bait will rise up, when is is being used like a swim bait it will roll from 3 to 9 o-clock. It seems to come through the water really nice. Just don't walleye fish, thanks.
  14. mdojet

    Walleye Lipless Crankbait

    Lipless "Grave Digger" body style in a Walleye pattern

    © Lure Me In Custom Painted Crankbaits

  15. Fishin_girl

    Walleye Trolling Spoons

    Airbrushed trolling spoons for walleye fishing. Lacquer paint.

    © Katie Bartle 2013