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Coley

Foam Topwater

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These are foam topwater baits with a through hole.

The hole was made by coating a .060" rod with

mold release and pulling it out after removing from

the mold. The props shown are counter rotating

chopper. They reall raise a ruckus in the water.

But, the optins for these baits are unlimited.

Molded just like the crankbaits.

Man, this is fun.

Coley

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Coley those are awesome, ya'll have really got me interested in the foam im ordering some today ! What's the bouyancy like compared to balsa as far as weighting a diving bait ? Any ideas ?

thanks

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As always Coley........ beautiful work!!!!! You are blessed with a tallent. Now paint one of those suckers up. I want to see one finished. :wink:

Skeeter

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As always Coley........ beautiful work!!!!! You are blessed with a tallent. Now paint one of those suckers up. I want to see one finished. :wink:

Skeeter

Wait until you see what Coley has just completed. Incredible.

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Coley, I think I need to take a trip and come visit you. Man you are rolling. Thanks for posting your fantastic work and ideas.

Dave

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Coley,

Thanx for sharing your research with us. You have made some great break thrus and answered the questions of lip in mold casting.

Once again you've snatched the pebble :lol::D

Shawn

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You are probably right Husky. But you did the teaching and answered the questions. It is folks like you that make such great tutorials and are willing to teach others things (that I am sure took you a long time to perfect) that makes this THE best lure making site in the wold.

Skeeter

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You are probably right Husky. But you did the teaching and answered the questions. It is folks like you that make such great tutorials and are willing to teach others things (that I am sure took you a long time to perfect) that makes this THE best lure making site in the world.

Skeeter

Thank you. I told Coley that I'm looking foward to getting feed back an inovative ideas from those here who gave it a try. I may have started the fire, but Coley shoveled the coal! So, when are you going to take the plunge?? :rolleyes:

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