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PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:07 pm 
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guys,,i hav heard anglers can make lures for barramundi,,,and i was always curious about how to make,,,i would be happy if anyone of u could share ur tips,,,diving one with lip lure,,, :lol:


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The internet is alive with guidance on building your own lures.
The target species mentioned in the articles that you find might be pike or striped bass but the lures that they describe will also catch baramundi.
For a very basic article that makes plain how simple the process can be, have a look here.
http://www.anglersnet.co.uk/authors/leon12.htm
And for a bit of plug pornography (as well as lots of basic and not so basic building tips), take a long look here.
http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/ ... .php?f=169


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Ken L wrote:
And for a bit of plug pornography .... take a long look here


Now that will give an interesting number of hits to this thread :D


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ken as usual thanks a ton for a great tip :D :D


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hi ken,,
thank a millon,,
r u coming 2 goa this season.actually i am not so great spinning guy,,trying to take one step at one time


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I am. I have flights set to arrive in Mumbhai on 12.01.10 but have yet to decide where I'll be when.

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Now that will give an interesting number of hits to this thread


True but if I can get refferences to a rod BUTT and the drag KNOB of a reel into the same thread, it will really drag the sado's in.

err....Oops :?


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Majority of Barra caught by me where on Homemade lures,When you in school with limited pocket money you have to make do with limited resources.File handles with a hole through the centre and some molten lead poured for weight and a good coat of silver paint is a excellent lure.Paint brush handles another great shape(Copied by the Predatek on the Viper) the list is never ending .


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i have made about 30 wooden lures and poppers...

problem - not able to find eye screws ( the ones in the market are too big )

they look good and i have fixed lips made of acralik to them...
have also puched a few holes at the bottom and stuck used lead pellets...

is there any other option to eye screw ???

my project has come to a standstill...

regards,
pranav...


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I agree to you small eye screw are not available in the local hardwre stores.

Check out my home made lures.I have fixed the one with 1cm outer diameter eye screw which are available in the market.

Use these eye screws they will work.

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Waiting for the sea to get calm and then can test them out in wild.


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Well done Raj. Looks like you are bitten by Angling bug very badly. :lol:

The simplest way to fix terreble hooks to your lure is to cut it up to the half width of the lure, vertically, by a saw and then pass a wire through it. You can make loops, according to your requirment and then fix the wire by filling the groove by M-Seal etc.

Hope it helps.

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Very nice raj.. I like your passion .. Good luck. :)


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way to go man,,any more inputs guys


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Wow!!! You inspire me Raj.


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:D You got it bad (fishing bug) :D :D And the only way out is to fish more and more :P


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Gr8 that you all loved it, hope these lures catch some fishes too.

Alibhai yes the BUG has bit me hard :lol: , any ways have got my first rod and reel. Wish to meet you all some day.

MERWYNTIGER > Go ahead with what Alibhai suggested that will have an advantage of light weight as compared to the eye screw available in market.


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MERWYNTIGER wrote:
guys,,i hav heard anglers can make lures for barramundi,,,and i was always curious about how to make,,,i would be happy if anyone of u could share ur tips,,,diving one with lip lure,,, :lol:


The idea of Handcrafting lures was always on my mind ever since I took up angling and back then poppers were hardly sold in mumbai market I downloaded some pics from the net and started the project and made two similar looking poppers and went all alone to a secluded spot to try out my popper as I feared the my plug will be subject to laughter of my fellow anglers

And as I was casting and carefully watching the action of the popper there was a bang on the surface and my plug disappeared ,a couple of heavy tugs and there was nothing on the other end reeling in I found that the popper has been kidnapped by a monster barra , I had underestimated the place but overjoyed that my popper does have the charm in attracting fish
I went back home triumphantly, after that episode I made many plugs , poppers and spoons I'll display a few of my ongoing projects during this monsoon as it is yet to be completed now all that remains is the dressing up of the lure which is half the skill :twisted: :twisted:

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My 1st popper { his twin bro was kidnapped by the barra }

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diving one with lip lure
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below is another model of a popper in the making , you can try a few precision drilled holes at strategic points for one piece wire holding both the treble hooks , no need to slice the plug.and use Mseal set wet to close the small holes and do not forget to insert a small lead bullet in the belly to give stability to its action, liberally apply two coats of touch wood or a single coat of araldite epoxy resin and dress it accordingly :-)

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Hey tiger that is more than enough to motivate you :twisted: stop polishing your multiball bearing reel and start making some plugs before you come to fish with me in Murud :twisted: :lol: :lol:


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Lion Heart,

Can we plan for some fishing in the month of September first or week?

Salmonmani


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Yup I have sent you a short message :-)


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Its a rare thing to see a lion work with wood not in its nature anyways nice wood craft lion. [smilie=giggle.gif] keep up the good job. Have seen anglers use hand made lures very successfully. I to will very soon join the league. [smilie=fixtit.gif]


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:49 pm 
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lionheart wrote:
MERWYNTIGER wrote:
guys,,i hav heard anglers can make lures for barramundi,,,and i was always curious about how to make,,,i would be happy if anyone of u could share ur tips,,,diving one with lip lure,,, :lol:


The idea of Handcrafting lures was always on my mind ever since I took up angling and back then poppers were hardly sold in mumbai market I downloaded some pics from the net and started the project and made two similar looking poppers and went all alone to a secluded spot to try out my popper as I feared the my plug will be subject to laughter of my fellow anglers

And as I was casting and carefully watching the action of the popper there was a bang on the surface and my plug disappeared ,a couple of heavy tugs and there was nothing on the other end reeling in I found that the popper has been kidnapped by a monster barra , I had underestimated the place but overjoyed that my popper does have the charm in attracting fish
I went back home triumphantly, after that episode I made many plugs , poppers and spoons I'll display a few of my ongoing projects during this monsoon as it is yet to be completed now all that remains is the dressing up of the lure which is half the skill :twisted: :twisted:

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My 1st popper { his twin bro was kidnapped by the barra }

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diving one with lip lure
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below is another model of a popper in the making , you can try a few precision drilled holes at strategic points for one piece wire holding both the treble hooks , no need to slice the plug.and use Mseal set wet to close the small holes and do not forget to insert a small lead bullet in the belly to give stability to its action, liberally apply two coats of touch wood or a single coat of araldite epoxy resin and dress it accordingly :-)

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Hey tiger that is more than enough to motivate you :twisted: stop polishing your multiball bearing reel and start making some plugs before you come to fish with me in Murud :twisted: :lol: :lol:

WELL, GREAT GOING ,,YOU ARE GOING TO PUT RAPPALA AND STORM OUT OF WORK,,THANK FOR THE INPUTS BROTHER,, :lol: :lol:


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Hey Lion neat job on the the piece of wood especially the one with lip. Mario welcome to the league but remember its an addictive business to get them in shape but i am sure you Will love when you see your lure swim in the open ocean. And catch some monsters.


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You guys are making me feel more and more ashamed. I haven't even replaced the trebles on my lure which I had lost then found more than a month back. Leave aside, painting and using it again. Had planned to buy new lures but yet pending to place the order. Not even unpacked my rod since last week. And you guys are making such wonderful lures at home. Is being unorganized and lazy a sin? But I am never lazy to go fishing. Just thinking aloud. Great and inspiring jobs.


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Hi, I made few plugs from wood, still not paited. Can anyone guide me how to paint them, means should i paint them directly or use some thing mixed with paint to make them more resistant to water.


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apply a coat of white primer...

let it dry... then paint with fabric or oil paint...

painting redheads is the best... after the white paint dries... simply dip lure head in red paint and set aside for drying...

don't forget to apply a clear coat to finish...

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Here are some more that I have completed.

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First one is an original Rapala Magnum F14 Gold Fish floating lure.
Other two are wood crafted to look alike.

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Some Poppers that I managed to craft out of a piece of wood.

Waiting to try them in the open Sea.

Please PM me with contact no. if any mumbaikar is plaining on some shore fishing.


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Nice work Raj.

I've got a feeling your luers are going to be a hit. [smilie=superkewl.gif]


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nice lures raj


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Thanks mario and merwyn.
Merwyn i hope you have started shaving some wooden blocks.
One advantage of home made lure is that they are heavier than the original ones and give exceptional casting distance.
Casted them in a windy afternoon and was satisfied with the distance, however no luck this time too.
Either i am at a wrong spot or at wrong time.
Anyways guys pm me if there is any fishing activity in and around Mumbai. Do mention your cell no. As i cant reply due to some issue.


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raj, did u hav any luck with them,,, :lol:


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Not yet buddy i am new to shore fishing and Dont know the spot where i can target big game fishes. The water is not so clear at the moment. Hope to tag with some one some day for shore fishing and learn more on spinning.


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another simple lure guys,,,take a lead pipe run wire trough it with treble at one end and with some coloured treads or trip of coth around the tremble hook ,, cast and jerk on retrive ,,very good for gt ,,i hav seen guys remove good sixe gt,s with this ,,cast this lure in foamy area where the waves break ....


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Well dude, I would love to see your lures in action too... I am game to go fishing anytime. I will PM you my number. If interested, give me a call, plan will be made.


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Great Sanju. I Will give you a call then we Will fix our plan.


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Very nicely made wodden lures. Best way to test your lures is to try them in a swimming pool if possible. The biggest advantage of swimming pool is that the lure is very clearly visible because of which you can test all the aspects of a lure like its floating capacity, swimming action, diving depth capacity and can then make changes accordingly if required.


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Catching a fish on your own lure is a very nice feeling, u feel like u have achieved some thing big. My first masheer on Lure was on a lure made by myself. It was a simple Parker pen cap, (The cap was made of steel), it was filled with lead. I used two steel rings one on each end and attached swivel from the broader end and triple hook to the narrow end.


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mobeensiddiqi wrote:
Catching a fish on your own lure is a very nice feeling, u feel like u have achieved some thing big. .


I Agree with you Mobeen
Catching a fish on your own handcrafted lure multiplies the joy tenfolds
Sayed


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Some more lure 10cm and 6 cm.
Tried spry painting and looks good. And for the first time tried inserting a wire through the lure for strength and a Lip.

Hope they have the character of a fish while swimming in water.

Can some one suggest where I can get a small airbrush in mumbai, which works without a compressor? Need the airbrush to take it to next level.

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While I admire the zeal for making home made lures, I wonder why no
Indian company has ventured into this field?

We have so many handcrafted items made locally using wood, surely some enterprising
person can utilise their talents for making something suitable?

Just a thought in passing.

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There are indian companies making lures and some pretty good lures too. I know at least one Indian company making hard lures and a few fly manufacturers


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hey raj,

great work...

air brush without a compressor, - you can get one that gold smith use... it's to be blown with your mouth... - not a good option... stick to spray can... you can do wonders with it...

- make some stencils...

- use a thin net... for the scales... ( the rechargable racket used for killing mosquitos has a good metal mesh )

- use radium... ( a local number plate guy will cut it in whichever design you want... then just stick it on the lure )

- get the body moulded from a local wood moulder... ( costs Rs. 15/- each here in pune - up to size 12 cms... the teak wood included )

- use a 2 mm acralic lip... ( costs Rs. 5/- each, cutting and material included )

hope the above helps...

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Thanks Pranav.
I did try the net stuff using a nylon net. But dint work.
The paint in the can spreads around messing everything. I saw a couple of videos on YouTube on air brush painting and the results are amazing.
Will try the mosquito killer.

Raj


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Bobby,

I had no idea India made lures..if it is not too much of a problem, could you pls advise me who they are and whether I can see their work on the internet?

This request is purely as an angling fanatic - no commercial interest whatsoever!

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hi raj,

metal mesh will work for you... just try on paper first...

if u still want to use an air brush...

- hire a compressor ( cost Rs. 100/- per day )
- buy a small size air brush
- buy insulation tape with it ( loss of pressure will spoil the job )
- be ready with your colour combinations

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Hiring a compressor sounds good. Hopefully I shall get a small one otherwise I will be kicked out of the house for messing paint all around..

Some more that I have tried.

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ati sundar ati sundar :lol: :lol:


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One suggestion or all the lure crafters, never add the weight until you test it in water with the hooks on as the hooks are heavy enough to give the stability and balance.

I learnt from the mistake on the recent made redhead. I added weight and the lure is a slow sinking lure.

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Hi Raj
Just try to use a old tooth brush for the spray painting-use your thumb or a small stick for spraying , it gives good result . practice with amount of little paint - and the distance from where you want to paint for the size of grain to the perfiction.You will be amazed with the result. :idea:


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Hi Raj
Just try to use a old tooth brush for the spray painting-use your thumb or a small stick for spraying , it gives good result . practice with amount of little paint - and the distance from where you want to paint for the size of grain to the perfiction.You will be amazed with the result. :idea:


Very ingenious!


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hey raj,

now, the next thing on your mind should be building a boat...

regards,
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One more ready to swim and tease the fishes.

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