Home made swimbaits

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Thought I’d share sum my home made swimbaits iv been designing and making last year. These all big plastic swimbaits normally rigged on TT jig head. Any one else been attempting them , finding it hard to source sum materials
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:mrgreen: Wow mate they look smickoo , not tried making them but how does it weigh up cost wise once you got all the gear ?
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Better fillet on them than some of the fish I have caught here.
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jeffish wrote::mrgreen: Wow mate they look smickoo , not tried making them but how does it weigh up cost wise once you got all the gear ?
Not cheaper , but nice hobby mate
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Matt Flynn wrote:Better fillet on them than some of the fish have caught here.
Ha ha was winding one in on weekend and big ball bait showered above it
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Looks great mate would be good on the barra when they are feeding on deeper profile bait
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Looks great. Need a foot long one
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Have made a mold but have not tried it yet :|

But they look awesome well done. 8)

might have another go now. :D

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Cheers :cheers:
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They look shmicko
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if you source in bulk online you should be able to get a nice price.
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Been working on sum big turbo mullet 250mm long got the swimming ok , weed less and tat jigheads . just need find time to test them out
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they look great ,will work in the fresh or salt i reckon
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Very nice look professional.

Well done they will work any hwere.
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They look flash as
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