Couple new poppers

Discussion in 'Tackle and Rigging' started by HWK, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. HWK

    HWK Senior Member

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    Just finished these up this weekend. They range from 4 to 7.5oz, and are made out maple and marble wood.
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  2. rtran

    rtran Senior Member

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    great job on the paint job, they look like a winner
     

  3. DanS

    DanS Senior Member

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    Zoom...zoom! You better let me test drive them for you. :D
     
  4. fathom

    fathom Lifetime Supporting Members

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    Well crafted! what lathe do you have?
     
  5. gimmedeal

    gimmedeal Senior Member

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    Really sharp looking poppers.

    Fred
     
  6. Sea Crappie

    Sea Crappie Senior Member

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    Those are awesome looking poppers, well done. I especially like the unpainted ones.
     
  7. HWK

    HWK Senior Member

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    Well crafted! what lathe do you have?

    I've got a PSI woodcrafterpro, perfect size for turning lures. Thanks for the compliments guys,
     
  8. HWK

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    wow impressive work , how did you got the wet look ?

    I'm using a 2 part epoxy / resin, it's a pain in the ... to work with but they come out with a tough shiny finish.
     
  9. kidflex

    kidflex Senior Member

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    nice poppers. i really like the large unpainted one. birdseye maple has a very elegant look to it.
     
  10. shorecaster96744

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    Beautiful work, If you're selling I'm buying:)
     
  11. lite-liner

    lite-liner troll enforcement Staff Member

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    A popper- builder right down the street? Excellent!

    welcome to the forum
    -Brian
     
  12. jig

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    I really like the natural wood look also. The natural cedar plug has always been a winner. Would like to know how you do with that vs. the painted ones.