cod lures proto

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cod lures proto

Post by mudtackle » Tue Sep 23, 2008 3:18 pm

these are a few lures i have been workin on trying diff timber /
inbuilts rattles /oversize bibs / and odd colours
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Re: cod lures proto

Post by Mully » Tue Sep 23, 2008 3:21 pm

the colours and lines look awesome mate no bull some beaut lookers there bowsmilie

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by Falky » Tue Sep 23, 2008 5:32 pm

very nice looking home made lures there mudtackle thumbsupsmilie

any pictures with them hanging from fishes gobs?

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by mudtackle » Wed Sep 24, 2008 11:19 pm

not yet mate give them a run in jan thumbsupsmilie

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by Craig » Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:47 am

Send them to me and I'll send the photo's back.
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Re: cod lures proto

Post by Vicious Fishers » Sat Sep 27, 2008 7:45 am

Mudtackle,

Fine looking lures you've got there, you've got the artists touch.
Have you made many before them?

Tell us a bit about them.
Type of timber, type of rattles and where they are located, type of paint used, eyelet wires etc.

I dunno about the odd colors, they look pretty normal to me.

Best of luck in January.

Steve

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by charlie1 » Sat Sep 27, 2008 12:04 pm

mudtackle wrote:these are a few lures i have been workin on trying diff timber /
inbuilts rattles /oversize bibs / and odd colours
hi there mate
just starting of making my first lure out of balsa wood,just seeing how you went about the bibs(pre made or made yourself)if you dont mind letting on that is ,Would be helpfull, at the moment im just going to cut them on a scroll saw out of 2mm perspects,also if you know where i might be able to get some of the tow points for them
Thanks Ray North
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Re: cod lures proto

Post by mudtackle » Sat Sep 27, 2008 1:15 pm

charlie1 wrote:
mudtackle wrote:these are a few lures i have been workin on trying diff timber /
inbuilts rattles /oversize bibs / and odd colours
hi there mate
just starting of making my first lure out of balsa wood,just seeing how you went about the bibs(pre made or made yourself)if you dont mind letting on that is ,Would be helpfull, at the moment im just going to cut them on a scroll saw out of 2mm perspects,also if you know where i might be able to get some of the tow points for them
Thanks Ray North
g/day mate bibs i buy mate too easey use to cut them but buy them now becareful
on that scroll saw i was useing one but changed sold it/ got a little bandsaw now lot easyer and safer use lexan or poly carbonate
can buy bibs from this man
HUBER JOINERY
MUSWELLBROK NSW .th 0265411862
EMAIL AD /sdhub@exemail.com.au
he is not dear send him a email and he might send you a copy of bibs an prices

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by mudtackle » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:19 pm

Vicious Fishers wrote:Mudtackle,

Fine looking lures you've got there, you've got the artists touch.
Have you made many before them?

Tell us a bit about them.
Type of timber, type of rattles and where they are located, type of paint used, eyelet wires etc.

I dunno about the odd colors, they look pretty normal to me.

Best of luck in January.

Steve
where to start / been making lures for long time just like makin new ones
timber i use are beech rosewood cedar and a few others some thing with close grain
and wont split

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Re: cod lures proto

Post by mudtackle » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:45 pm

this is how i make my lures start off with a stencil pick timber cut the slot for the bib across the grain this way it wont split next sand up rough sand down smooth useing diffent tools sanding wheels attached to tool like a trim roughter just a gmc with out the attachment on it va.speed these are pretty cheap post a pic latter
as for bibs buy them too easy and for wire inserts you can twist them up useing a cordless drill and mig stainless wire you dont have to have wire goin right through the lure if useing a good solid timber like what i said /i have tested this way by putin it in a vice and opening the vice with the towing eye in the bib attahed to the vice and the tail eye attached the the other side of vice the wire inserts i glude in did not come out only the eye out of the be pulled that was a lot of pressure on it more then a fish can do unless he or she is 250 lb thumbsupsmilie or you can buy screw type eyes in a few dif lengths
as for towing staple can buy them too have a few pics of the starting process
and a few other lures i have made
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