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There is some pretty cool stuff out there:th: lets see your creations?? check out the one this guy made:)

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50 mins ago, codfish said:

There is some pretty cool stuff out there:th: lets see your creations?? check out the one this guy made:)

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Looks at least $300

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I started these a few months ago.  After seeing your work,  i’m definitely inspired to throw some paint on them.  
 

The smaller one will hopefully look like an emerald shiner when it’s done.  

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21 mins ago, Tom Rowe said:

I started these a few months ago.  After seeing your work,  i’m definitely inspired to throw some paint on them.  
 

The smaller one will hopefully look like an emerald shiner when it’s done.  

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Tom that's not my work, I have made a few blue fish plugs made out of wooden dowels, but keep posing pics as your creation evolves :)

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3 hours ago, Tom Rowe said:

Roger that Codfish.

Is that a Marlin custom bait?

 

 

Was just about to say, look like a marling baits lure. That guy has some serious talent 

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8 hours ago, Tom Rowe said:

Roger that Codfish.

Is that a Marlin custom bait?

 

 

Not sure:eek:I will see what I can find out:th:

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Top to bottom:

-Sinking stick bait, carved with a block plane, foiled, spray painted. Doesn't swim great, still catches fish for some reason.

-Floating stick bait, same process as above. Swims pretty good, walks the dog pretty good. Catches fish pretty good.

-"The Nemo Popper" made for me as a joke by a friend. Weighs 4oz, casts like a rocket, sinks and is kind of hard to plane out, exhausting to work. Absolutely destroys fish at the canal. Like, I cannot believe how well this thing works. They probably think it's a squid? Who knows. 

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6 hours ago, ArcticRanger said:

Top to bottom:

-Sinking stick bait, carved with a block plane, foiled, spray painted. Doesn't swim great, still catches fish for some reason.

-Floating stick bait, same process as above. Swims pretty good, walks the dog pretty good. Catches fish pretty good.

-"The Nemo Popper" made for me as a joke by a friend. Weighs 4oz, casts like a rocket, sinks and is kind of hard to plane out, exhausting to work. Absolutely destroys fish at the canal. Like, I cannot believe how well this thing works. They probably think it's a squid? Who knows. 

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stickbaitfish.jpg

nemopopper.jpg

:)

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On 6/19/2022 at 10:41 PM, osmalones said:

Glide bait that I subsequently broke off testing. Thankfully I made a batch of two

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:th:very nice

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On 6/18/2022 at 10:36 AM, codfish said:

There is some pretty cool stuff out there:th: lets see your creations?? check out the one this guy made:)

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Wow codfish that's amazing. What are you using for topcoat?

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