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Photo lure???

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Hello guys,

I am wondering, does Salmo wobblers are made in similar manner like a Lincoyas PhotoLure? What kind of coating it is? Printed fish scales on the super thin clear film and then glued on the lure? Or this paintings are applied directly on the surface of lure?

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Vytautus, it's good to see your name again, have not seen you in awhile.

Most all of the lure companies now offer their version of a "photo lure". It looks to me like most of these are printed on a clear material that is then placed on the lure and finished over. Really the whole photo finish thing is is not a new idea, George Grant of Montana was placing pictures (most he drew) on the back of fishing flies 50 years ago and many other lure manufacturer's have been doing similar things for at least as long. If you want to do this type of thing I think you could just print a fish image on some stencil material which here in the USA is available in most office supply shops..it is expensive tho.

Jed

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Guys, I've had great luck fining images of bait by Google searching Images. I've already amassed quite a Library.

Here's an example;

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