Goby Pattern

Lure modification. From taping and painting to manufacturing your own fishing lures.
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Hairbone
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Goby Pattern

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Copper blank dusted with pearlized white, light lines of burnt umber 7 yellow ochre finished off with dots.

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My blanks come from this company: https://peerlesspredator.com/ I am very happy with the product and have placed 2 orders so far. Having a blast painting.

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Very nice! I love the different selection of spoons that you have.

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Very Impressive Harry! ;)

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these wll work anywhere but i think they will do best in not so clear water.

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fishy1 wrote:these wll work anywhere but i think they will do best in not so clear water.
We better find some dirty water to try em out@

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I dont know if there is an abundance of Gobies in LC but they are becoming a major forage species in Lake O. Everything eats sculpins and gobies and the smallmouth pros are using goby imitators like crazy lately.

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Those mag sized copper spoons were king candy yesterday parked at 35 down

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I like those spoon blanks alot. I just ordered 100.

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OUTCAST wrote:I like those spoon blanks alot. I just ordered 100.
I caught a king on the goby, black back and on the green back mags I painted. Lakers chewed the paint off one of the green back mags.

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What are you using for the clear coat finish on these?

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