I recently purchased a Do-It Flutter Jig mold in 7&9 oz. Here is the post showing the original blanks I made: http://www.360tuna.com/forum/f3/flutter-jigs-5261/ Here are some finished product and how I painted them. Flip Side Here is my paint area. I basically cave them a base color and then just threw some coordinating colors over them in various amounts. Some are completely 2 sided, some have a fade effect, and some are solid with just some overspray effects. They all kinda grab the light in their own way. I think they look decent and it didn't take very much time. Realistically, you could do it like this or hand paint each individual one. I figured that the kingfish and sharks would key in on any ones that I spent alot of time on!! Anyway, they're easy to make and easily repaired when they get roughed up. This is off the subject, but I figured I'd show my jig binder from Bass Pro. It was like $30 and it holds a ton of jigs. Don't know if it'll hold up over time because it's fairly new and I also don't get to go on tons of trips, but it seemed to be just right for me.