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Here is a jig you could use. Best with squared stock. but you can also use balsa wedges to hold rounded bait in place. The saw is a couple of hack saw blades glued together. Assemble the jig first, then cut the angle to depth with table saw blade set at the proper angle. 

 

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I just started working with wooden lures and found this post after goofing up the lip slots on a few lures.  Great solution and easy to make...thanks to Chuck Young for sharing this idea.

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