Husky

Peanut Bunker.

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One of the main SW forage fish on the East Coast. This size is called a "Peanut", but they can grow up to 12+ inches.

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That would get eaten on any lake in the world. Nice lure.

Thanks Mark.. The body is Urethane resin with MB's and the lip is .032 Micarta. Etch sent me the screw eyes, which are epoxied in. I'm awaiting hooks to finish it off.

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Did you carve the master, or use a real fish? It looks great, and the paint scheme is outstanding. Is it a photo finish?

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Great looking bait, Husky! Smaller baits like that are becoming very popular for inshore redfish and trout. They'll catch little ones AND the big ones when fishing shallow inshore waters here in NC!

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Did you carve the master, or use a real fish? It looks great, and the paint scheme is outstanding. Is it a photo finish?

The master is from a bass crank bait that heavily I modified. The finish is photo, tissue over foil, blended with rattle cans.

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