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A while back, someone posted several pictures of "Lure Autopsies". They sanded away half of some lures by laying them on their sides, on a bench sander, revealing the guts. Some interesting things to be seen.

Has anyone else done this and will you share some pictures?

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You have probably seen this LaPala...inside of Hughes River Glider. I understand, however, that HR doesn't weight all of them in this manner. Many of his baits have only 2 or 3 weights in them.

Jed

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muskietom...I am trying to figure out, does that tuffshad only have a weight at the hook eye? Why is the front eye screw so heavy looking? Does it have lead there too? Strange. I own a tough shad and it feels as tho the weight is at or very near the hook only. The phantoms feel about the same way when you hold them.

Jed

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muskietom: Cool stuff man. :D Just curious, are those X-ray pics done on airport type X-ray machines or the medical type using negetive films? From the color I'd say the airport type; if so how do you get a hard copy; or you just photograph the monitor?

Just gave me an idea...

:idea: :twisted::twisted: Next time I go thru the airport, I'd know what to include in my hand carry :D:lol:

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