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Anyone make Bass Oenos?

I just got an old one and am thinking of trying to duplicate it. it looks killer, just wondering if anyone makes them or fishes them and what they think?

 

Here is the older one i got, along with a Paw Paw pikie (god I love pikies).

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BAJEEEEEEEZUSS!

A lil something? cool, at least from the pic, I can see how to start weighting thembiggrin.gif

awesome bro! Impressed. Hell, I get burn't out just making these ten plugs the same for the swimmer swap.

 

p.s., feel free to send me a final copy for West coast testing.......

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Thanks...

 

These are my firsts....

I guess I got carried away huh? cwm12.gif

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Thanks...

 

These are my firsts....

I guess I got carried away huh? cwm12.gif

 

Maybe just a little. Do you have any Red Heads?

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Needs a little tug to get it swimming. Floats real high. Slow retrieve has it just under the surface pushing a nice bubble. Nice tail wag with no roll.

Faster retrieve gets it down about three feet with the same movement.

It's 8" and 1 3/4" in diameter. Weights range to 5 ounces. I tried 1 1/2" diameter but I did not like the action and I didn't want to shorten it any... I would have liked to have it closer to 10". Casts a mile....

 

I'm working on a sinker and the weight is way up there. Like 8+ ounces.....

 

I've several others in the works but nothing I want to show anybody yet.

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This is what I had in mind when I first envisioned the plug.

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The top one in this pic...

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