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Time to work on lure projects??
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Posted 27 August 2003 - 11:01 AM
Boy I don't know how you guys find time to work on all of your projects!! I'm jealous. Between my regular job, fishing, time with the family, honey do lists, painting baits, and creating new ideas I need at least a 35 hour day. I guess I have to budget my time alittle better. Kinda caught the spinnerbait bug lately and it has been consuming alot of my time. I want to get back to carving hardbaits as I have alot of new ideas that came from last winters creations. Should be alot of fun this winter
Posted 27 August 2003 - 12:09 PM
Blackjack,I'm with you....my day needs to be atleast 40 hrs long to get done what I'd like too!!..Nathan
Posted 27 August 2003 - 11:01 PM
Man I here ya! I learned last year about getting too deep into making and selling baits with the time you have in a day. It was exhausting comming home from work and having to go to work in the shop to meet the needs of my customers. It can just kill ya. Now I just make baits when I feel like it and have the time. You just can't do good work when your ragged out. When I get enough baits made then I make some phone calls and tell the guys I have some ready if they want some. I still have some custom work that I do for some folks that use the baits to fish tournaments. But I have scaled way back on my output. I want this to be an enjoyment, not another burden in life.