Friday, February 25, 2011

Random Photos

A few random shots of some stuff waiting for their turn in the paint booth and some that have come out of the paint booth with a fresh new look.
There is few that are awaiting the final touches of eyes and hooks and also a few that are completed and ready to be sent on their way.

Monday, February 21, 2011

A Few New Testers.

Hey folks here's a first look at my latest model. Same basic body size and shape as the Big Boy swimbait except a totally different rigging system. This rigging is very similar to what I use in the shallow paddletail baits. This harness allowed me to reduce the overall weight of the bait from the 5 ounces the Big Boy weighs, to about 3-3/4 ounces. The baits in the photo are the fourth generation to be hopefully the last changes have been made and I can start offering a few to you folks time for spring.

This design has been requested several times so I know a few of you guys will like them ......hopefully a lot of you folks will like them.........I know that from the few hours that I've spent throwing them I'm pretty excited with their action and their fishability in and around shallow water. Their look, their action and sink rate is very much like my Widetail swimbait.....only bigger. They are sorta sized between a regular Bulldawg and a Magnum Bulldawg.

Just thought you folks might want a little look and whats new and coming this spring

On a side note >>>> In a effort to save everybody a bunch of emails I'll post it on here when I'm able to have a few of these for sale.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Freshly Painted

Here's a few more baits that I painted recently. There's some Big Boy Swimbaits and some Paddletail Swimbait in both deep and shallow varieties. A few natural colors and also some bright colors.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

More Medussa's

A few shots of some recent ones. This is the first time I have put these colors on a Medussa and I thought they turned out fairly well. Sometimes when copying a color pattern from one bait style to another style, the look will change somewhat. The proportion of the colors must match the bait shape to really get the look right. It's surprising how just a little to much of one color can change the appearance.
For colors there is a Orange Crappie, a Chartreuse Glitter Walleye, a Red Headed White Perch and an Atomic Perch.

Monday, February 7, 2011


Here's a few photos of some Twitching Tube & Tail's got this week. I look forward to using a few of these in the coming weeks to see how much the fish like them.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Just A Few Colors

A few colors of 8" Paddletails in both the shallow and deep versions and some Big Boys.
With spring coming soon, I've been busy getting some baits ready for my friends.
More colors to soon as I get them ready.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

More Dawgs

A few photos of a pounder and some mags I did for a fellow recently.
The colors are (left to right in the 1st pic)
Emerald Shiner
Iridescent Tennessee Shad
White Perch
Barred Sucker