Hey guys, I've been working on this one for a while now and really didn't think I would have it done before ice up but got a little free time last week and was able to get the weighting right and test it over the weekend. Looked good so I painted her up! It's 14 1/2" long (18" w/lip) and 1 1/2" thick across the center. You can't get depth from the photos but the head and tail are tapered in and rounded over with the sides being flat in the center. Constructed of Cedar with 0.062" ss wire-through and 2 line ties through a 3/16" lexan lip. Foiled with regular household aluminum foil and 5 coats of etex over that, 7 total. I was really surprised how much weight it took to get this thing to set upright. Really swam nice so I'm hoping the little tinkering I did with it before painting didn't adversely affect it. I was planning on taking it out this weekend to see how deep it will get and now they're calling for another cold front for the weekend Big baits=big fish!! Here's one that shows the lip and line tie attachments. Thanks for looking!