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Sweet Beaver parts put to good use #13304583 10/07/19 09:15 PM
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Not a fan of the Sweet Beaver though I know it catches bass. So as usual I try to find uses for parts of soft plastic lures and this is what I came up with after fusing them with a candle flame/ soldering iron:
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You never know when it comes to lure shape and action and the above will definitely move different than the original. Hope the weather holds out so I can test them.

Sequel: One did catch fish:
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Last edited by SenkoSam; Yesterday at 08:32 AM.
Re: Sweet Beaver parts put to good use [Re: SenkoSam] #13306914 10/10/19 12:56 AM
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