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Thread: Old topwater makeovers and a few cheap tricks

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    Yes sir! very nice.

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    Thanks for the nice replies! So far, Ive caught fish on most of them, the short bronze soft plastic didn't have good action in the water though. I'll have to say that that spook Jr with a bone head was on fire the other week. With the added weight of the epoxy, it casts super far, but the added weight doesn't seem to weigh it down in the water. I have new ideas for the second batch. Let me know if anyone has any ideas for some more topwaters! With baits being as expensive as they are, I'll be trying to refrain from buying another topwater for a long long time.

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    and here's what happened to a few corkies that were looking at me wrong...
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    Good job on them , nince

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    Really impressive.
    "Curmudgeon only pawn in game of life."



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    Caught a limit of trout on the chrome black spook jr top and everything has held up great! There will be more to come. If anyone has any ideas, feel free to let me know!

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