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Refurbishing lures?? #12403941
08/28/17 12:47 AM
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With all the rain this week I need an indoor project. I have a box of old lures that need painting, new hooks and such. Has anyone overhauled old lures? Will any paint do? I need advice!!!!

Re: Refurbishing lures?? [Re: Froghunter] #12405915
08/29/17 04:32 PM
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I will redo some lures. I pull the hooks and circle rings. If a lure is looking dull or sticky, I will suspend it and add a couple of coats of clear poly and then add new rings and hooks. It is a fast way to save $5 per lure.

Krylon paints seem to be good and hit it with a clear poly to lock it in.


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