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I especially like the black/silver tiger... that should be real a lip yanker!

Im hoping so!  With Moonshine not making a pattern like that, i figured it would be a good one to try out.  Purples and Blacks have always been my starting points.
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Fishing News and Reports / Re: A wild 1 1/2 hours.....
« Last post by ctom on Today at 11:26 »
Back at it this morning again and found the same scenario as on Weds. Lots of fish this morning with a few more smaller fish showing up. Same color preference today again. I tried a bunch of other colors but the junebug/chartreuse tail was it. I fished the Rad Tad today and did pretty well with it, but the Thump-Its were a clear kingpin bait.

We're supposed to see a nice warm-up next week so maybe this current pattern will hold on a while longer. Sure been fun fishing.
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I especially like the black/silver tiger... that should be real a lip yanker!
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Fishing News and Reports / Re: A wild 1 1/2 hours.....
« Last post by WALLEYE WACKER on 10/28/20 13:19 UTC »
TOM glad that you got a chance to get out and they were willing to play. Only had one round of the white stuff same here mid 20’s over night.
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Fishing News and Reports / Re: A wild 1 1/2 hours.....
« Last post by ctom on 10/28/20 11:29 UTC »
Just about the same bite happened this morning except the bite window was narrower, ending right at around 8:30 this morning. Beautiful morning to fish with little to no wind and the grass and crap have cleared off the water finally. After the last trip we had two rounds of snow and very cool temps. I thought maybe the snow and cold dropped the water temps enough to move the crappies to their wintering holes but they were still hot to trot this morning. I brought home five fish for a fry tonight but could have gotten by with three really. Oh well, Carole makes a dandy fish sandwich so they won't go to waste.
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Great fish catching colors there brother. Awesome job!!!!!
Stencils are the way to go made mine with a 6” PVC floor drain.
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Awesome paint work.
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Those are awesome Jake.
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Hey Tom thank you!  i picked up the Paasche airbrush off the Do-it site initially.  Recently i got an Iwata Eclipse and really like it.  Both airbrushes would do the job, but the Iwata had the capability of smaller detail so i have been playing around with that one lately.  i made a vacuum chamber out of a tin cookie box and it works awesome!  very simple, and with a dremil, made some stencils.
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Nice stuff Jake. Which airbrush did you get?

Are you vacu-forming your own stencils? I have everything to make the vacuum chamber using a large shop vac for suction but an waiting to mess with it until I am finished  with deer hunting and processing.
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