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  1. Hand carved from poplar and painted with acrylic. Surprisingly, runs true with a tight wiggle.
    3 points
  2. 8” jointed catfish Muskie lure. Made from cedar.
    3 points
  3. Simple crank bait. This bait is the first one I've used True Coat epoxy on and I'm a fan! Goes on nicely, don't have to rush at all and is very clear.
    3 points
  4. This is a 2" mouse . I carved this out of PVC , used Badger hair for body and feathers for head . The tail is a t-stop for pegging weights
    2 points
  5. This is a 6" crappie swimbait made entirely of natural wood. There is zero painting on this bait. Every detail was inlaid with a scroll saw. It is made from five different kinds of wood: maple for the belly, pine for the yellow of the upper back, green poplar for the back, walnut for the head and tail, and ebony for the black spots. I had to do everything twice to make two sides, and I joined the two sides with a center core of maple and poplar.
    2 points
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  7. This lure design was originally carved/molded to become a spy bait last year. I was not all that impressed with the results. After re pouring the blank with a different resin recipe it had a much nicer action as a sinking jerk/glider. Added a new paint scheme to try out on this lure too
    2 points
  8. Cedar Foiled perch! Thru wire construction, deep diver aluminum 2 line tie pin lip. Dives 30ft plus.
    2 points
  9. This is a 4-piece resin swimbait with a soft plastisol tail. The bait has a smooth, kicking action on steady retrieves and can also be ripped/twitched to get a more erratic action. I painted this particular bait in a golden shiner colorway by layering a number of different paints as well as utilizing a mesh material for the scale detailing.
    2 points
  10. This is my 1.25" Lead Hard Body Spinner Bait. It was poured from a custom designed high temp silicone mold, then powder coated, airbrushed, added custom eyes, finished with a UV clear coat.
    2 points
  11. This is a clone of a Cotton Cordell “Blue Striper” that used to be available in the past that are no longer produced. I’ve “Cloned” them and spent a year getting them to swim. They are resin based and weighted by me from start to finish. I just recently started airbrush painting them. Totally made from scratch down to the hook hangers made from stainless steel wire twisted by hand.
    1 point
  12. Green Shad 3 1/2 inch body,
    1 point
  13. 30 cm (12 inches) Pike/Muskie spinner with real reindeer fur skirt.
    1 point
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