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#12535395 - 12/12/17 07:22 AM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Registered: 12/21/01
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Originally Posted By: Matt Jackson



Packaging finally came in and I'm blown away!


Matt, you and Russell have been really busy and I too am blown away not just by the packaging but have had a blast working with these baits. They are going to definitely be some of the top quality baits available and I have been able to catch fish rigged a lot of different ways on them. I was looking at the motion of the Flappy Craws on the back of a jig and decided last weekend to rig it pretty much weightless and was pulling it through some vegetation almost like a frog bait and had a nice 4 lber crush it.
Keep up the good work. Can't wait for these to go on sale.


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#12539196 - 12/15/17 08:44 AM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Topwater using a tablespoon as a mold and then adding silicone skirt material:

or flapper tails:


Figured I may as well use spike tail mold and not remove spikes to form this creature lure:

Spikes added to grub body with Mend-It glue:



paddle tail worm worked first cast (note modifications):



A new mold worth the money:



Cone tail:

(one of my best designs)













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#12542940 - 12/18/17 08:52 PM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Tried my hand at making stencils for the vertical lines and I'm not that crazy about them.
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#12550001 - 12/24/17 10:54 AM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Like this craw pattern...the color is spot on.

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#12559938 - 01/01/18 04:01 PM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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A couple of jigs with Trokar hook and living rubber.
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#12571130 - 01/09/18 02:53 PM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Just a few for fun. iWarts. Crappie Candy.

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www.wildcranks.com or find them at Fun-N-Sun in Hurst.

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#12585393 - Today at 06:44 AM Re: So what have you been working on lately? Page [Re: Matt Jackson]
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Originally Posted By: Matt Jackson


A couple of jigs with Trokar hook and living rubber.


These jigs completely sold out at the Fun N Sun show in our Illustrious Action booth. The living rubber skirts with matching Flappy Craw trailer already attached was a huge hit with everyone. We have another 400+ in production that will be available soon. I personally can't wait to be drowning one on Palestine this weekend along with my Trap bait Matt custom painted.
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