This is a Chinese blank and I can't even remember what site I found them on.. They were less than a buck apiece, but amazingly they don't , or haven't, require a lot of tuning. The five or six I have fished with only two needed tweaking to run straight and they seemed to tune very easy. I ran one under a buddy's locator at a normal retrieve on 6 pound line and was down to 10 feet so that'll cover most of what I will want from them. I use a snap on the line's end with my cranks so you know.
The blank in the picture here paints very nicely and evenly. I can't say a thing bad about them.
I've got three other body blanks to work with too but just today got the seal coat on 2 of them. If they dry well I'll get a pic of them up, then hang some hooks and trot on down to the river behind me for a test run on the two. They share a body style but one has a short square bill and the other a longer bill for deeper water. The third bait style is almost identical to the one shown here. I assume the deeper of the two ready to picture later will get me about 8 feet on the 6 pound mono, maybe 4-6 on the square bill.