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Some New Baits

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made some more Crappie swimbaits and since i can't seem to bring up the gallery i thought i would post the photobucket link here. for some reason??? photobucket cropped the videos but you can get the idea.

these are all 6", slow sinking.

http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r17/jrhopkins_photos/IMG_1189.jpg

http://s140.photobucket.com/albums/r17/jrhopkins_photos/?action=view&current=Crappie3.flv

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made some more Crappie swimbaits and since i can't seem to bring up the gallery i thought i would post the photobucket link here. for some reason??? photobucket cropped the videos but you can get the idea.

these are all 6", slow sinking.

http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r17/jrhopkins_photos/IMG_1189.jpg

http://s140.photobucket.com/albums/r17/jrhopkins_photos/?action=view&current=Crappie3.flv

Very nice as always!

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Outstanding swimbaits as always , .......just amazing !

greetz , diemai :yay:

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Amazing work! The paint work is fantastic! Your work definitely inspires me to think outside the box more!

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Those look good enough to fillet!!!! What are you using for the tail and fins??? Keep up the good work.

Tony

fibetts for the fins. best thing i've found for that application. very little resistance to hinder the action and tough. not cheap though.

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fibetts for the fins. best thing i've found for that application. very little resistance to hinder the action and tough. not cheap though.

Very nice lures. You're the best.

Have you tried nylon paint brush bristles?

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Very nice lures. You're the best.

Have you tried nylon paint brush bristles?

i use paint brush bristles on some of the larger baits. i found that they offer more resistance in the water on small baits. also, color is a problem for doing some of the fins. i use Purdy brushes as the color is more suitable.

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