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Marc David

Couple Of New Ones- Spottail Shiner And Yellow Perch

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I had a chance to try a couple of new colors recently. These two were pretty difficult for me, but after looking at them on google images here's what I came up with. Let me know what you guys think.

Spottail Shiner

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Yellow Perch

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They both look great! That spottail shiner is something I haven't seen before but it looks like it would work great!

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did you use spro lures and rapaint them, or were they blank lures? btw, they look really good

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Thanks for the comments guys, these were repaints I did on Spro baits.

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wow that shiner looks awesome, especially on that jerkbait B)

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Both of those look very good, but the Spottail Shiner is just gorgeous. :notworthy1:

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Both patterns look really good.

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Amazing, some of the best I have seen on BR!

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Verryy nice

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Those Spot-tails are Gem Quality man. I love them.

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You should find some Walleye boards to advertise those Spottail Shiners...Spottails are a mainstay Walleye bait in some parts of Minnesota. I bet you could sell a bunch of them.

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The talent you guys possess when making these baits makes me disgusted with my lack of artistic ability. I know I could easily put any of those baits in action and do well. Excellent work

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Very nice

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