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Plugs on the duplicator

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I had a bunch of old cedar so I thought I’d turn some striped bass and bluefish topwater plugs with the lathe duplicator. First go-around was pretty good.
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HEY ! No fair changing pix etc. after a post is posted(or did thee delete the first post with this title?) :D

I see thee found yer tailstock extension. :cool:
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Yup; it’s amazing that I found it given the condition of my shop... 🙄
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Planning on some big fish if thats the lure !

Still haven't attempted any turning on my SS yet...

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Yes; big surf casting plugs. The cedar is pretty light though, so they’re only big dimensionally.
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This take me back to 2007 when I did some large lures. If you want to see them they are in this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=515&hilit=cedar

I still have an unfinished body and treble hooks some where in the shop, I wonder where???

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reible wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 3:50 pm This take me back to 2007 when I did some large lures. If you want to see them they are in this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=515&hilit=cedar

I still have an unfinished body and treble hooks some where in the shop, I wonder where???

Ed
I hope you do not find them 'accidentally' :eek:
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Hooks have protective sleeves and they are in a screw lid container, I should be safe.

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reible wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 3:50 pm This take me back to 2007 when I did some large lures. If you want to see them they are in this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=515&hilit=cedar

I still have an unfinished body and treble hooks some where in the shop, I wonder where???

Ed
Thanks Ed; yours turned out great 👍. Red and white is hard to beat.
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