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New Baits Carved And Painted!!

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I carved out two new crankbait patterns out of Basswood. Both took me about five hours each to carve, to get the look I was after.

Joker Shad

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Clown

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Blingin' Viper

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Blingin' Viper

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Cosmic Shad

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Skully

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Anaconda Shad

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Zombie Shad

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Any color name ideas are welcomed!!

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Killer names Skeeterman!!

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Exceptinal work there, hard to pick a favorite. Wood chips and sawdust have to be two of the most addictive things I know of.

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Thanks guys!!

Skeeterman, I will definately keep those names in mind, They match the baits well!!

Exceptinal work there, hard to pick a favorite. Wood chips and sawdust have to be two of the most addictive things I know of.

I thought the painting was addictive, but I believe the carving has it beat. I wish my Dad was still around to see these. He used to sit out on the front porch and whittle all afternoon. He didnt make baits, but would carve out all types of things. I am definately having fun carving them!!

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That first one looks like jack skellington, you should paint one like him :P

Great work! Love seeing original designs like this.

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Nice indeed! I like skeetermans names.

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The carving is outstanding and the finished baits look great. Just 1 question, are you trying to scare the fish to jump in the boat or what? Those baits look mean:)

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The carving is outstanding and the finished baits look great. Just 1 question, are you trying to scare the fish to jump in the boat or what? Those baits look mean:)

Gotta admit BIG M, not only great looking lures, but a new technique as well. :D

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The carving is outstanding and the finished baits look great. Just 1 question, are you trying to scare the fish to jump in the boat or what? Those baits look mean:)

Thanks Marty!! Halloween coming up inspired me a little on these. The paint patterns, I just went with something out of the ordinary.

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I love them. It's great to see some origional designs. When I saw the two pics of the third one the first thing that came to my mind was it looks like a Viper's Head. I love it.

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Thanks again guys!!

Skeeterman, I used a couple of your bait names, Thanks for posting them!!

Patrick

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Hey Marty, I scared this BIG GURL into the boat Today!!Lol 11 lbs 13oz, My new PB Largemouth.

11 lbs 13oz

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11 lbs 13oz

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That is a big girl, very nice catch.

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Thanks Hillbilly!!

That is a big girl, very nice catch.

Thanks Marty!! I actually caught her draggin the ole ball & chain (c-rig). I could'nt get a bite on a moving bait.

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I noticed you did use a couple of those names BBM. Fine choices I might add....LOL Funny, they just popped right in my mind. I make a new skirt color and takes me 2 or 3 weeks to name.....

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I noticed you did use a couple of those names BBM. Fine choices I might add....LOL Funny, they just popped right in my mind. I make a new skirt color and takes me 2 or 3 weeks to name.....

Thanks again Skeeterman, you came up with some great names!!

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