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Painting Crankbaits


(2001)

I manufacture fishing lures and want to start painting crankbaits. How do I get a photo finish on this type of lure, which gives a real fish look to it? Where can I get this type of equipment? Looked on the net but can't find anything.

If you can help me please contact me, thank you for your help.

Dennis Hatfield
-Marne, Michigan


(2001)

Typically the designs on these lures are printed first with a pad printer. They are then painted with a clearcoat (urethane, I think) for protection.

Mike Moninger
- Sarasota, Florida, USA



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