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Saltwater Forum / Re: Seems dead here??
« Last post by Out Fishing on Yesterday at 07:45:35 am »
LIFE  ^-^
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Saltwater Forum / Re: Seems dead here??
« Last post by Out Fishing on Yesterday at 04:17:30 am »
Only one stripper this season. Busted my ass for a 22"er.

Better than nothing!
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New Products & Announcements / Several New Dealers & Salty's deliveries this week
« Last post by Out Fishing on June 04, 2017, 07:06:18 pm »
Welcome to several new dealers for Salty's lures: Bob's Bait & Tackle in Winthrop, Ma. Michael & Darlene have a nice selection of all the good stuff for fishing north of Boston! We set them up with our most popular colors but if you would like to see something else there pse let them know!


Also welcome to Bluewater Lures in Southold, Ny. Chris is now stocking a nice selection of lures along with some great hand tied flies to go with our casting eggs!


Blackbeards is getting a restock this week as is Kittery Trading Post, their 4th order already this spring!



BIG blues all over the south side of the cape!  :bhappy:

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New Products & Announcements / Re: Feedback that speaks for itself
« Last post by Out Fishing on June 01, 2017, 08:14:49 pm »
"Comment/Special Instructions/Feedback: YOU GUYS ROCK !"
" Where did you hear about us?: previous customer"


Thank you...Thank you very much...in my best Elvis impersonation ;)
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Plug / Lure Building Forum / Re: paint stand
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 29, 2017, 03:08:10 pm »
Put a screw eye in it and hold it with a pair of needlenose visegrips.
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Plug / Lure Building Forum / Re: paint stand
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 29, 2017, 08:38:02 am »
That's much too early to be looking at MY post, but anyways what I meant was a device that enables me to paint the plugs.I have seen people stretch the plug horizontal, using screw eyes to hold them.What I have not seen is the other end showing what the device looks like. Is it made of wood or something else? I just need to get some idea of what to make to solve the stretching process enabling me to also rotate it to paint also.I thought someone may have made something that they might share. Thanks,Barry.
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Plug / Lure Building Forum / Re: paint stand
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 29, 2017, 05:13:34 am »
Barry not sure what you mean by paint stand.
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Saltwater Forum / Re: Introduce Yourself
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 29, 2017, 05:12:43 am »
As a topcoat it would probably not be durable enough. As a sealer it may work. Hi Barry!
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Plug / Lure Building Forum / paint stand
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 29, 2017, 12:39:28 am »
 I was wondering if anyone had a simple design for a paint stand/stretcher that will allow simple painting.I'm brand new to this and I'm trying to keep it simple and cost effective. Any thoughts or ideas would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you, Barry.
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Saltwater Forum / Re: Introduce Yourself
« Last post by Out Fishing on April 28, 2017, 08:33:45 pm »
Hello, my name is Barry and this is all new to me.I live on Plum Island which is a barrier island off the coast of Newburyport Ma. About 4 years ago I after a 40-year hiatus, I came back to surf fishing.I'm a surf guy, and also a plug guy so I guess I'm at the right place.I have just ordered and received my first order from Salty,4 Dandies, and 1 Popper. Never used an airbrush but I know the theory of how so I may be back asking for help on that subject. I do have one question though. Does anyone use Polyurethane as a finishing agent, and if so do you brush it or airbrush. Please give me your feedback. 
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