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#1 Kickerfish



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Posted 16 February 2007 - 09:23 AM

I think I've discovered a way to put my company name on my baits. I did one last nite and it turned out pretty nice-I'll post a picture when I get a chance. In a nutshell, here's how I did it: Bought some clear labels (Avery #15660), went into Microsoft word and printed on a template for this label, my company name in the smallest size available(8, I believe). I was able to print 12 to a label. After it dries, just use a razor blade to cut it out and place it on the bait before you clearcoat it. If anyone needs help with this, I'd be glad to walk you through it.


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Posted 16 February 2007 - 10:04 AM

this post gave me the folowing idea, you can make a picture of the lure , crop the part where you want the name to be put on the lure, write the name, print it, and then glue it on the lure, the idea is that you have a similar background with the lure :)

#3 rjbass


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Posted 16 February 2007 - 01:35 PM

The way I do this is to use water slide decal paper. Print out your logo or company name or whatever on the decal paper after you have sized it in a photo shop type of program. Cut it out, soak in water and apply before clearcoat. The edges melt right into the clear coat and you have a seamless, perfect, professional looking logo. Below is the website where I get mine and they have instruction on how to do it. Simple, fast and looks good.


:wink: http://www.beldecal....kjet_decals.cfm