|09-21-2021 12:20 PM|
Steve, I got a ton of blades I should get to you for repainting sometime.
|09-17-2021 02:32 PM|
Very nice, would love those on Erie in late March, early April. Also would work well jigging Lakers on south end of lake Michigan this fall.
|09-17-2021 09:46 AM|
|SteveZ||Cool. Very nice.|
|09-17-2021 09:26 AM|
"Hard to tell from that photo but the other colors in that batch were a deep blue with silver metalflake and a brown with a gold metalflake."
It was not a question (note the period nark, rather than a question mark). I was making a statement about the baits and colors in my batch. Here is a better photo.
|09-17-2021 08:22 AM|
|SteveZ||The blue heads were done on the nickel blades. Only dipped the head some the body is flashy. The ones that look brown are actually gold. They look great in the sunlight.|
|09-17-2021 07:52 AM|
Those look nice. I am running low on 3/8 ounce and need to make another pour. My mold will make 1/4,3/8,1/2,5/8 and 3/4 sizes.
I do well with the pink/white or the Chartreuse in my local rivers. Hard to tell from that photo but the other colors in that batch were a deep blue with silver metalflake and a brown with a gold metalflake.
|09-17-2021 07:00 AM|
|SteveZ||These are all 1/2 and 3/4 oz. I will be purchasing an 1/8 and 1/4 oz mold soon. I'm in Grimes if you need any.|
|09-16-2021 10:05 AM|
|Huntindave||What weight are these? All the same weight? I may have to give the gold/orange color combo a try myself.|
|09-16-2021 07:19 AM|
Made up a bunch of blade baits for the fall walleye run on the river. What do you think?