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hydrashack

Local Lure painting

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Need some names and phone numbers for people who can paint lure locally.  Willing to pay, just not an arm and a leg........

 

Hoping to get a few topwaters painted of an old discontinued color.

 

Thanks,

Josh

 

Cell is 952-201-5276

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Contact my friend Mike Larson of Larson's Quality Jigs.

612-877-2578  

He can take care of you with what you need.

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Thanks guys.  

 

Yes I have a pic, but not sure how to pull it off of my phone and put it on here.  I am wanting some zara spook jr. in the old peacock bass pattern.  Absolutely smash the small mouth on them.

I will give Mike Larson a buzz.  

Richj-if you can send me your cell I can text the picks to you.

 

 

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What are your colors in the peacock pattern? I could see about doing some I have been doing a few spearing decoys. Jiggin Jim Taxidermy.

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Joe Wilson down in Rollingstone is as good as they get but you will pay for it.  I've had Joe do quite a few baits for me over the years.

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