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Rotisserie drier for baits

Discussion in 'Tackle Making' started by Reel Science, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. Based on suggestions on this forum I made my own rotisserie rack. I could have done it cheaper, but I took the quick easy way. I bought a rotisserie set at home depot for $50, put it on 2x4 bases, turned the rotisserie forks backwards and made plywood wheels, put eye hooks on the wheels, and then attached springs from ace hardware. The picture shows two of my heavy jigging baits being dried. I think that it will easily handle 4 lighter baits, but I didn't push it with any more than 2 of the 7 ounce baits. I thought that that picture might help others like myself that are just getting started.

    Travis
     

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  2. Thanks! I'm experimenting with mine at home.
     

  3. When you build a wheel, you've crossed the line of the addiction.

    You can't turn back anymore.:D
     
  4. Great looking Rig man.
     
  5. I think that I crossed the line of no return when I used my past two years of Christmas gifts on a jig saw, drill press, bench sander, and other misc. woodworking tools that I didn't have. You're right, there's no turning back. I'm moving forward at 4 to 5 rpm now.
     
  6. eyesman_01

    eyesman_01 getting wEYESer every day

    Next will be one of our high air flow paint booths for the basement.
     
  7. Eyesman, RS and I already had that discussion, and are ready for any plans/designs you all can contribute!

    Eric