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Offline Nathan77

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Homemade swimbait
« on: 04/08/18 20:17 UTC »
I think these guys turned out great. These swimbaits are well known in Alabama and I got tired of paying the price of losing them.

Offline brandx112679

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #1 on: 04/08/18 20:54 UTC »


  Looks good,you did a good job with the mold.

Online ctom

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #2 on: 04/08/18 21:18 UTC »
Nice job on the baits and the mold. RTV or pop?

Offline Nathan77

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #3 on: 04/08/18 22:00 UTC »
Thanks! They are made out of pop.

Offline bassinfool

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #4 on: 04/08/18 22:02 UTC »
I'm not a big swimbait guy so the maker is lost on me though I do have a few of the true bass swimbaits out of Huntsville that I've been very happy with. Going to Lay tomorrow so we'll see if I can get any spawners to play.

Offline Nathan77

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #5 on: 04/08/18 22:17 UTC »
I'm not a big swimbait guy so the maker is lost on me though I do have a few of the true bass swimbaits out of Huntsville that I've been very happy with. Going to Lay tomorrow so we'll see if I can get any spawners to play.

These are scottsboro tackle swimbaits.

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #6 on: 04/09/18 06:10 UTC »
I'll have to check them out. Great job on the mold.

Online billygee

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #7 on: 04/09/18 09:41 UTC »

"Looking Good those will work"

Amazing what determination can prove using POP  ;)

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #8 on: 04/09/18 11:11 UTC »
Nice job! They will get the job done

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Re: Homemade swimbait
« Reply #9 on: 04/10/18 20:20 UTC »
Looks like they’ll eat em up.  ;)