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  1. So I was completely out of Alaskan Yellow Cedar, so I called Medford Cedar Products to order up some balusters, cause I need to make some plugs before the season's over. I got 6 balusters, $56, and they now carry rough AYC I picked up a 2 x 6 x 6' for $21! There are a few visible knots, but thats a lot of wood for 20 bucks. Just putting it out there in case anybody is running low.
  2. I am a PA Woodworker for Wayward Trading Post out of the Philly region. This is my first post actually. Let me know what you all would think is cool to show and talk about. Happy to answer any questions if y'all are looking to build your own. The idea was to put an artisanal grip onto the landing net so I hand-drew a Brown Trout pattern and cut it out to make a grip. This is a Walnut, Cherry, and hickory model I call the Fat Jake.
  3. Well, this is unfortunate. It is unfortunate that it seems to be a trend that had been going on for the last 6 or 8 months. I've ordered quite a few different plugs in the last couple years or so, and I must say that almost all have been very good quality. I will say that I do not order collector plugs. But things are changing.. Over the last 6 or 8 months as I've placed orders, things seem to have just went south. The quality, right out of the box is just not consistent, it isn't a problem of the plugs taking on water, or a paint chip problem down the road, its just a plug put into the bag and shiped out without a care to an obvious hardware or layout issue. I dont want to put names on here, as it ,on its own, with respect to each builder could have been isolated. But from my perspective, with multiple builders, over a period of time, its an issue. I dont know if others are seeing the same conditions, but I sure hope things take a turn from what I am seeing.
  4. These metal lips are true legends... both fished but in good shape 5.5" 2 oz $75.00 shipped
  5. I forget the guy who makes this plug but i know someone out there knows... This wooden plug is the jersey killer... 7.5" 3 oz $100.00 shipped
  6. What do you guys think this is? How would you fish it? It is all one color. It feels like it’s wood and close to 2oz. Thanks!
  7. Cleaning out the garage. 12 PlugLabs plugs and 1 NorCalKat & Mike Fixter Collab Plug up for sale. Asking $55 ea for PlugLabs and $250 for the Collab Plug (#13 in the photos) plus flat rate shipping. The collab plug is #10 of 13 total. Paypal or Zelle
  8. Does anybody know the lure builder/model of this plug? I found this plug on a piling, looked to have been up there a while. I put some new hooks on it to fish, but wanted to learn more about the lure. Approximately six inches long. Two belly dots could be an indicator Thank you
  9. Hi all, I am looking for a nice 3 oz Sporting Wood Bottle Plug or similar. FYI, i am not a collector, just looking for a nice bottle plug to fish. Blurple is preferred. Thanks for looking!
  10. WTS RM Smith Jigsmith I would be horrified to lose it not sure on the color name 30$ shipped
  11. I just picked up a few metal lip swimmers that look to be a bit older, but unused. There is no artist trademark on them, but the weights are written under the clear coat and the eyes are raised (either glass or plastic). I'm not sure if these have been refinished, but I would doubt it by the looks of them. While I'd like to fish them, I'd like to know if they'd be better off on display. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  12. This wooden bass-oreno style lure features glass eyes and slide in hook hangers. Measures 3 3/4" overall.
  13. Original Don Musso Super Strike wooden metal lip swimmer. This is a 7 1/2" Torpedo Sr. Maple - 4 oz. Off White/Cream finish. Metal parts have oxidation but lure is in unused condition - $155 shipped.
  14. Original Don Musso Super Strike wooden metal lip swimmer. This is a 6" Rattler Jr. Pine 2 1/2 oz. Blue Mullet finish. In unused condition - $155 shipped.
  15. Custom wood needle. Unknown builder. 9" long. 3 oz. Some blemishes in finish. $15. Pay with postal money order.
  16. I am looking any info on these lures. Also, is this the best forum for this question? Would the main forum or the lure builders forum be more appropriate? Thanks for any information.
  17. Have the following: (note2x2 is actually 1.5x1.5) AYC 2x2x72” quantity 10 $55 or $11 each AVAILABLE AYC 2-1/8x 1-15/16x30” actual $12. For the big boy plugs quantity 1 Basswood 2x2x24” quantity 20. $175 or $10 each Basswood 3-7/16x 3-1/4x18-1/2 finished. $30 quantity 1 Big Basswood 5-5/8x 3-3/4x 41-1/2 rough actual dimensions $120 Can also meet at Ward Melville fishing show Saturday morning or picked up in Smithtown, Long Island.
  18. Hi guys, Hoping someone can provide some experience feedback. AYC is difficult for me to come by in my area, as it is in many other areas. Has anyone tried turning plugs with the cheap and readily available Douglas Fir that Home depot sells? If so what are some of the pros an cons. thanks, Mike
  19. Lot of 8 wood metal lips. All are new or barely fished besides the white glitter plug (which still has lots of life left). $75 shipped priority mail.Lot of 11 pencil poppers for sale!8 wood3 plastic. The large plastic plug 5th from the bottom has a crack in the body, but can still be fished.Take them all for $55 shipped priority mail.
  20. Pretty much says it all - hopefully near the the eastern north fork of LI. Could trade some oldies. Just want to make a plug or 2. Some tools would be nice as well ...
  21. Pretty much says it all - hopefully near the the eastern north fork of LI. Could trade some oldies. Just want to make a plug or 2. Some tools would be nice as well ...
  22. For sale, three very nice metal lip swimmers in excellent condition with heavy-duty hardware. $80 shipped. No splits. Top to bottom: Beachmaster 6", 2¼oz. Danny in blue with lateral line mod.; Troublemaker 5¾", 1½oz. Surfster in bunker; Lemire 5", 1½oz. Surfster in yellow/white.
  23. Hello everyone, I'm a newbie to this forum and have read up on a few other topics similar to this one but haven't found anything dealing with sealing the bark onto the wood slab. I made this large sign for my parents cabin, it's about 44" long and nearly 3" thick. It's dry and I have wood burned the letters into the woods and used some acrylic paint on it as well. I want to seal the entire piece, front and back, and try to keep the bark on it. It will be hanging outdoors and I'm hoping it will last for many years. Is epoxy my best bet? What seems to be the best for a project like this? Thank you so much for any help you are able to offer.
  24. Lets see 'em! First of the year for me on my Bernzy inspired yellow NOT-spook. First blood for that lure. 28" ~ 29" Bring on Spring!
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