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Okay so it's not a REAL Red Devil Lure, but I'm pleased with the results. Still have to put in the plugs, but because the house is gonna get painted, I'm waiting.
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where's the fish to go w/ that Barb???
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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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where's the fish to go w/ that Barb???
In Crescent Lake Stick

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want big fish..use big bait...
at 1st glance I thought that was the real deal...
nice work Barb...

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want big fish..use big bait...
at 1st glance I thought that was the real deal...
nice work Barb...
Wow! Thanks, Stick! That's the best compliment I've ever gotten on my work! *blush*

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That's a fantastic house sign! I love it.
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Really unique idea . Great idea Barb , and a first for me.

I have co worker that is a fish nut . He's retiring next year and this would be an awesome gift idea.
Wondering how the hook was made ?
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I notice it has barb-less hooks. Very sporting of you Barb. I really like this. I wasn't quite sure what it was when you posted the unpainted version, but it sure turned out well.
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Really unique idea . Great idea Barb , and a first for me.

I have co worker that is a fish nut . He's retiring next year and this would be an awesome gift idea.
Wondering how the hook was made ?
Thanks, Rick. The hook was done in two sections in 1x on my scroll saw, and glued. If I were to do it over again, I would route out the front of the double hook to have the front hook flush, rather than using my dremel and that little tube sander bit to slant the top front. It would look better. As it was, when I thought of that, the glue had already set. (Dangit!) and it hadn't been but maybe 10 minutes
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I notice it has barb-less hooks. Very sporting of you Barb. I really like this. I wasn't quite sure what it was when you posted the unpainted version, but it sure turned out well.
Actually, Tom, the barbs are there. (I'm not so sporting as you think ) and thanks. I couldn't wait till this one was done.

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