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Painting a Big BBZ swimbait

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I want to paint a bbz and was hoping someone could help me out with info on how to paint the soft tail. If anyone has painted one would you please share the pictures

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I've done one before but instead of painting the tail I just faded the paint job to match the tail.

How did you prep the lure before painting? I have a 4" shad I want to repaint.

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Mark, no difference then a regular paint job on the 4" bbz-1

Here is one that I do, I have also painted the tail and clear coated it on another color.

The 8' BBZ is the tail I asked about in another post about painting a soft plastic, I guess the tail needs to be died.

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Edited by Predator Bass Baits

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Getyourfishon,

I wanted to make sure you did not miss this seeng the post kind of strayed.

I heard that the tail needs to be died :?

If anyone has messed with dies please post.

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MAN THOSE PERCH BAITS ARE NICE! how are they constructed is it thru wire with pins.. and what material is the bait made from

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MAN THOSE PERCH BAITS ARE NICE! how are they constructed is it thru wire with pins.. and what material is the bait made from

They are Spro BBZ-1 shad 4"

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