Here's the last blade I planned to do. Over the years this one color has proven to be the #2 color to use after gold/orange.
This one is call "Wonder Bread" because of the spots on the white. The white base was sprayed on and allowed to set-up for a couple days. Then a clear coat was applied and immediately a fine dusting of standard glow pigment was laid over the wet clear. When the clear was dry to touch the blades were brushed free of loose pigment, then the dots of blue, pink and chartreuse were applied. When the dots were dry to touch the whole blade received another shot of clear coat. The dots are the transparent vinyl jig paint sold here at Do-It and have some glow pigment in them based on color....blue in blue, red glow in the pink and yellow glow in the chartreuse. These baits are something after sitting in a lit room and then have the lights go out.
This color is a trout color pretty much exclusively. When the trout are deep and won't worry the gold/orange, we'll lay one of these in the sun for as long as it takes to pop one of the baits out of the line clip on a ball and get it to the top for a switch. This color will go on and we'll run right back over marked fish that wouldn't chase before and about 60% of the time they'll hammer this one. With the glow baits we like to run the lure about five feet over the fish on a little longer leash. Normally the baits are run about 20 feet behind the bombs but these we'll let out to about 40. If the fish show no interest after a couple passes we'll make one final pass after dropping the cannonball down about twenty feet lower than the fish and when the locator shows the cannonball right under the fish, we pop the line out of the clip and let the slack tow the lure to the top slowly and with a real loose wobble. There are times when all of out lake trout fall to this tactic.