Questions about Making Your Own Lures


Postby RhettWheeler » Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:57 am

Hey Larry-
Long time no post hope everything is going well in your neck of the woods.
Lots of things going on in wheeler world including I just recently moved into a house with a 2 car garage. So plenty of space to set up a work shop.
I’m doing a lot of plastics still and am dabbling in resin baits here and there. Any tools you can recommend acquiring or set up ideas for a lure shop would be really appreciated if you or anyone else cares to share.
Excited to finally be able to stop working from a folding table outside in the elements :lol:
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Re: Workshop

Postby dahlberg » Mon Oct 11, 2021 6:14 am

hey Rhett
good to hear from you! Nothing special needed for tools other than basic homeworkshop stuff!
enjoy your new space!!
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