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Offline Thembonez

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Getting work done
« on: 02/12/18 10:29 UTC »
Some chartreuse green core ring-it’s gettin done. Won’t be long, clock is ticking!!






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« Last Edit: 02/12/18 10:42 UTC by Thembonez »

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #1 on: 02/12/18 12:32 UTC »
Walleye meal!

Offline TommySkarlis

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #2 on: 02/12/18 13:03 UTC »
I may be different, but that is just plain sexy!!!
Take somebody fishing soon!

Offline DF

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #3 on: 02/12/18 13:37 UTC »
Nice work, super clean

Offline Thembonez

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #4 on: 02/12/18 14:30 UTC »
I may be different, but that is just plain sexy!!!

LOL, well I must have done something right to get Mr. Skarlis attention! Looking forward to seeing you in my backyard competing in the MWC opener here in the next few weeks!

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #5 on: 02/12/18 16:10 UTC »
That’s a dandy color. I know Mississippi River walleyes like it.

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #6 on: 02/12/18 16:12 UTC »
Sweet color and the time can’t come soon enough.

Offline Isobnad

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #7 on: 02/22/18 22:31 UTC »
Some chartreuse green core ring-it’s gettin done. Won’t be long, clock is ticking!!






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Love the color! Are there any good videos on these core shots if that what there called? I’m new to soft bait thing.


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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #8 on: 02/23/18 08:20 UTC »
Hit the search box here on the Do-It forum for "e-core". There's been plenty written and pictures on the process. Pretty simple.

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #9 on: 02/23/18 10:02 UTC »
Hit the search box here on the Do-It forum for "e-core". There's been plenty written and pictures on the process. Pretty simple.
Thanks can’t wait to try it


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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #10 on: 02/23/18 10:21 UTC »
Click on this link and work back  for 8-10 pages. Quite a bit there.  http://custombaits.com/index.php?board=8.0

Offline Thembonez

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #11 on: 02/23/18 17:19 UTC »
This was done by pouring the lighter color first, filling the spru. Then shooting your “core” color behind it. You just need to experiment on how full to fill the spru with your first color.

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #12 on: 02/23/18 18:14 UTC »
Alright, then do as Thembonz just described. lol Nice pour-in core color bait there. Very nice, very clean.

I'm pretty certain this is a Ring-It, so do you leave a bait in the top cavity?

Offline Thembonez

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Re: Getting work done
« Reply #13 on: 02/23/18 19:13 UTC »
Your right Tom it is a ring-it. Normally I do leave the top bait in, or at least the top head of the bait.
 In this instance I didn’t leave anything in the top cavity and did as I would, and it turned out great.