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My First Lure

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Project by lindquistimages posted 1921 days ago 1045 views 1 time favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My first lure, a frog wobbler. I’m a little nervous about tossing this into the shallows this summer, but I might give it a try. I cut out a square of metal, sanded it smooth and attached it with the smallest screws I had. Not the most efficient way, but adds a bit of character. Robbed a few eyelets and a hook from the tackle box… a quick paint job and finished it up with a clear coat. Hope some of you give it a try, I really enjoyed it and it cured a little spring fever at the same time.





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robbinscabin

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#1 posted 1921 days ago

Great Lure! Let us know how it works.

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a1Jim

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#2 posted 1921 days ago

Pretty creative nice lure. Welcome to LJs. Hope you catch a big one.

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mmh

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#3 posted 1921 days ago

He’s really cute! I hope the large mouth bass find him sexy too!

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Sef

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#4 posted 1921 days ago

Great looking lure. I especially love the eyes. Have you considered some white paint on the heads, to make them more visible? I can understand the nervousness, but you gotta give it a try, and post pics of the resulting bucketmouth.

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Loucarb

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#5 posted 1921 days ago

I would try that on the river out here if you want to send it out :> Nice job and thanks for sharing.

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johnpoolesc

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#6 posted 1921 days ago

the bass has the last word on that one, but i would bite it.

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