Been working on a few wooden lures this week. Every part is made by hand, diving lips, hangers, lure bodies and internal weights. Three sizes all dive to different depths, a few foot deeper depth for each size, all silent, no rattles this time. The action is a wide wobble, quick jerks cause it to dart off to one side or the other. High floating so they're pretty hard to hang up when working thru hard cover. Three coats of eTex and VMC short wide hooks on stainless split rings. Wood lures have an entirely different painting process from plastic lures. Still working on paint patterns, but I've got several nice ones, from my plastic baits, to choose from.