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  1. Try to use one method , witch ever method seems to have best control when cutting , then slowly sand with sanding blocks or power tools . You are still learning , Practice will improve your skills even if you are getting different results you are still learning the in's and out's . Templates like Hillbilly Voodoo says , if you cut and sand to those lines you will have consistency
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    Thank you , next gills will be way easier to make and install now that I know what to do and what not to do
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    Awesome , thanks guys . Putting it and all the other lures made during the winter to use all next week .
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    Here is my first attempt , not the most symmetrical . Next time I will glue the two ends of gills before putting in place . Turned out pretty cool , Thanks guys More pics in galley
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    Thank you guys , I will finish a top water with paint and gills to show a better perspective and post pictures soon . Tommy
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    Here is a gill detail I came up with ( at least have not seen before ) , I am making a top water and flat sided crankbait and will be layering a light color next to collar and darker on top for contrast . Think this will be cool detail
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    They also don't helicopter or spin in the air like a ball head marabou jig , so nice not to have that happen
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    Your right ,That's exactly what this box of baits are for . Thanks Hillbilly Voodoo .
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    Yes thank you Big Epp , It turned out just like I thought of in my head . Keep up the good work !
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    Thank You barrybait , it's an older bait , probably seven years ago with an attempt at foil . I hope to share a lot more with you guys
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    Vent detail
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    Here is a vent detail I'm messing around with
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    The jig style here I use 4 - #4 lead shot for weight for a slow sink pitching into trees and weeds
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    Here you can see the different types using the same mold
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    Resin bait , here used a 1/8 oz swimbait pinch on sinker , drilled a slot for the hook hanger . I use this method for the tail spin and as a blade bait
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    Way to go , very nice !
  19. A quick search , These go up to an ounce
  20. I have had this happen from a lot of reducer and having the airbrush too close and moving too slowly across the lure as opposed to a quicker controlled even spray . I almost got a kind of bloodline effect , I'll find them and post pics Tommy
  21. Hey Mark , I'm thinking you may be asking about the Luhr Jensen A C plug , so far all I see from TW and even the AC plug website listed as wood . I have an original and maybe I can find original packaging to see if it gives any info . Tommy
  22. Nice to see some blade baits and some cool paint schemes with all that you posted , well done !
  23. Another amazing post by an amazing thinker , Thank You !!
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    Very cool those will get bit !! That little swimbait amazes me how well they paint up and swim too , great work
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