Lure Making

Discussion in 'Tackle Talk' started by Ultralight, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. Ultralight

    Ultralight Crupi Wannabe

    Any Ohio lure makers represented here? Anyone selling any custom lures?

    I'm thinking about getting started pouring soft plastics and maybe getting an airbrush to do some custom painting on crankbaits.

    Does anyone know if there are any retailers in the Columbus area that sell lure making supplies? Or am I probably restricted to online retailers?

    All the best,
  2. The old dutchman might have what you need. I know that they have a lot of stuff to make lead lures. I make up my own vib-e 1/4 oz, tail spinners, in-line spinners, and jig heads. I am told that they have an onine web site but i have not checked it out. If I need some thing I just run up there and get it. There prices on the do-it molds are good also.

  3. Reel Lady

    Reel Lady Dreams DO come true!

    This company has great products with great prices, but they are online.
    I sent away for one of their free catalogs... cool stuff :D
    Here is the link
  4. brandonjh00

    brandonjh00 wannabebasspro

    I started airbrusing this past winter. You're best bet is to buy an airbrush, buy a compressor(you can buy a one gallon at Walmart fairly cheap). Most people use airbrush paint because it is earier to clean, then coat the lure with epoxy. Here's a good site with forums like this and guys who know what they're doing, I really don't....