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Old 06-17-2011   #1
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Default Snakes and Craws

Ok for you guys that like plastics a little on the different side . Here are some no see'um's and gotcha's . Only minutes hot from my new molds. The big snake is 8'' long smaller ones are 4 1/2 '' . The craws are 3'' . The skirted craw is on a wobble head . What do ya say men are they sea worthy.
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That skirted craw looks deadly for some bass guys!!
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You have another set of winners.
Those are the only snakes I would ever think about
handeling.
I hate snakes.
The craws are amazing. I see lots of slabs being caught on these
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Had the mold 2 days. I'm starting to get the hang off them. Every mold has its own personality so to speak . Now we start to ad the tricky stuff like eyes and color blends. More to come later.
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They all look like good bass slayers!

Whoa, I need to make another post, bad post count!!
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There you go Toadfrog, the new name for these lure The Bass Slayers. B&B Approved!!!
well I guess B&B would have to approve of them first, before you could claim it LOL
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Ok for you guys that like plastics a little on the different side . Here are some no see'um's and gotcha's . Only minutes hot from my new molds. The big snake is 8'' long smaller ones are 4 1/2 '' . The craws are 3'' . The skirted craw is on a wobble head . What do ya say men are they sea worthy.
Fan, I couldn't find the photos of the lizard, but here is the SnakeHead Worm.
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Nice, on a lizard body, those could do some damage
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Those were the only bass molds I kept after I took what I call the tin man disease . There are some tube molds out now been mulling that over .
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I'd love some lizards with heads like that. Ur a craftsman toad!
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