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unfortunately, my most productive plug snapped off on me at the end of the season, but it was a yellow salty's sheriff pencil. took a number of big fish out of the canal with that puppy. it'll be missed, but i've bought lots of the same plug in every color to replace it!

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View PostIs it like that by design? Or did you refurbish it a few times?

 

 

Lumpy has been smashed against the rocks many times. The lumpyness is cause by all my repairs to the epoxy. If I have epoxy left over I usually try to see is this plug needs repair.lol . I just toss another coat on it and walla ..Lumpy. May not be pretty but it works great. I'm afraid to refurb it now and make it look pretty again. I might destroy its mojo.

Maybe this winter I'll redo the tail on it.

 

 

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One of the first plugs I made - a white/lt pink side 2 ounce Diving Swimmer .

 

Caught a contest winner on this one and a custom carbon fiber surf rod that was donated for one of the prizes is sitting in my mailroom for when I get back on thursday beers.gif

 

 

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I am a far cry from a custom lure builder but this rattle can painted 4" swimmer did the trick for me the entire season. Caught many 'smalls' to 25 lbs. on this from April through December. I cried my eyes out when I snapped it off on a cast. Was rerwarded the next morning when I found it in the 'high-tide weeds'. I plan on making several more in different colors this winter.

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