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   I've heard that you can use an oil base felt-tip marker to re-color Zoom flukes or put a pattern on them. Specifically, I've heard of this done to White Pearl. Does anyone do this, which colors did you use, and did it work?  Thnx.   jj

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I have dipped the white pearl and rainbow shad in Spike-It and it seems to work well. The markers might work good too.

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Yeah, it works, but the color will travel and diffuse, not necessarily a bad thing, but it won't stay the way it starts out. I use a q-tip and some Spike-it (not in the house, I'm not allowed) to make some accents sometimes.

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1 hour ago, BassWhole! said:

the color will travel and diffuse

Yep. I've used a Sharpie to color a craw and then later put it in a bag with some other soft baits. Regret.

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3 hours ago, fin said:

Yep. I've used a Sharpie to color a craw and then later put it in a bag with some other soft baits. Regret. 

 

4 hours ago, BassWhole! said:

Yeah, it works, but the color will travel and diffuse,

 

   Yeah, I don't think I need that. Maybe it would look more natural, but I doubt it.

4 hours ago, looking45 said:

  I think I have some of those, buried deep in the basement.  I'll see.

 

   Thnx all.     jj

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