A photo of RyanEllis's catch

Caught By

RyanEllis
1/22/2015 5:18:57 AM

Day two: Cut it into two. Sanded most of it down to where I want it. Need to finish sanding the bottom of the back piece. Also cut out a slit for the tail. Hoping to weight it and tune it in the next couple of days. I'll make sure to keep you guys updated.

Catch Details

Largemouth Bass
Lake Austin (Austin)

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10 Inch Swimbait
Everyone

Comments
583

    1. excellsiorlures 0
      👍👊 nice work man!
    2. excellsiorlures 0
      👍👊 nice work bro! 3 1/4 once weights in the and 2 in the tail and it will be swimming like a champ!
    3. jasonrh18 0
      Drill some holes for tuning weights I guess
    4. RyanEllis 0
      No they swim terrible. It swims sideways. And it floats. It's a awful Swimbait @jasonrh18 it doesn't even have hooks so when the fish bites it I'm hoping ...more it will swallow it.
    5. jasonrh18 0
      Do they even swim right
    6. ilovegold 0
      Oh u gonna weight the bait
    7. walt_gober 0
      Oh gotcha that's sweet
    8. RyanEllis 0
      It's not to hard. It's just very expensive with all the tools you need.
    9. Brandon alt 0
      I think I might try to make one
    10. RyanEllis 0
      I will as some joints on the bottom. After I tune it. @BrandonScottAlt
    11. Brandon alt 0
      How will you secure the hooks?
    12. RyanEllis 0
      No. Urethane rubber. It will be a tail like a roman made @walt_gober
    13. walt_gober 0
      Are you going to make the tail wood?
    14. RyanEllis 0
      Looking to do a trout pattern. @BrandonScottAlt
    15. RyanEllis 0
      Put a layer of thick paint on first. Then airbrush it.
    16. Brandon alt 0
      What are you planing for the paint job?
    17. King_Fisher 0
      Lookin good!
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