clamboni

some jerkbaits....

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I would say you used the wide gap comb method over the scale on the top two photos, complete with bluegill style dot. To quote the Kool Aid man, OH YEAH!

For sure you should start carving them up.

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Really good work, they looks realy great!

Is ther someone who can say me where I can get some blanks as in the first and second picture !

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GRoby:

Grusstich aus der USA.

I believe Cabelas has such a thing. request a freshwater fishing catalog, and a saltwater fishing catalog. also you can try Stamina tackle. I think there are other sources on this very website. oh im new also but welcome

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Thank you!

I have look at jannsnetcraft but i cant find some one like the one in the 2 first Pictures.

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Very nice! That top one is awesome. I've been trying to get the color combination for a bluegill/sunfish pattern, but can't seem to get it right. Are you using Createx paints?

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Groby, those actually are the janns blanks. The springer....it's a lucky craft knockoff. Top one is 78 size, second is 100. All of them are that blank.

Jim, most of the colors are createx. The blue on the gill and tail on the bluegill one is an acrylic based craft paint I found cleaning my garage, lol. For the back and stripes, I was trying to make a brown color and could only get grey, then I added some orange and got that color. Don't even ask me mix ratios cause I have no clue.

Oh, and BTW, I guess these two were good enough.

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Clamboni.

The lures look great. I really like the photography, especially the top photo. What a great way to present your work to the world.

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