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Making Wooden Fishing Lures

Author : Rich Rousseau
ISBN : 9781607654193
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 21.87 MB
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For the Fishing, Carving and Collecting Enthusiast Whether it is the thrill of catching a fish with a handmade lure or finding a perfect one to add to your collection, this book of 11 step-by-step projects with a collector's gallery will grab you hook, line and sinker.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Getting Started In Custom Painted Crankbaits

Author : Greg Vinall
ISBN : 0994281315
Genre :
File Size : 46.57 MB
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From preparing wood to choosing and using the right airbrush, preparing and mixing paints and final clear coating, "Getting Started In Custom Painted Crankbaits" is the complete guide to achieving awesome lure art. Packed with secret lure painting tips and tricks, including an airbrush troubleshooting guide and descriptions of techniques used for painting fishing lures.
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Alan Lacer S Woodturning Projects Techniques

Author : Alan Lacer
ISBN : 9781440341076
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 66.23 MB
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Selected from more than 15 years of articles from one of the country's top turners, Alan Lacer's Woodturning Projects & Techniques has everything you need to learn to turn and take your lathe skills to the next level. This book includes an in-depth look at techniques, tools and chucks that will help perfect your core turning skills. You'll learn the right tools to use, how to handle them safely and how to maintain them. Lacer's expert instruction helps you master the bowl gouge, the spindle-roughing gouge, the skew and other essential turning tools. You'll also gain insight into finishing techniques, French polishing and working with spalted wood. Once you’ve sharpened your skills with the Tools & Techniques section, put your new knowledge to the test with 20 beautiful projects covering a wide range of turned forms and turning techniques. • Sharpen your end-grain hollowing skills by turning a lovely wine goblet • Practice turning spheres by creating your own bocce ball lawn game • Gain insight into making multiples by turning matching table legs • Turn a table lamp to practice flowing contours • Learn how to work with green wood by making a natural-edge bowl • And much more! Complete with expert instruction, step-by-step photos, guides to sources and materials and tips for avoiding common pitfalls, this book is sure to help you improve your turning craft â€" and make some stunning pieces in the process.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

The Encyclopedia Of Old Fishing Lures

Author : Robert A. Slade
ISBN : 9781425115234
Genre : Reference
File Size : 56.82 MB
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Robert A. Slade, after collecting old fishing tackle since 1958 and contributing articles on old fishing lures for a collector magazine for several years started researching and writing books in the 1990's. He published the HISTORY & COLLECTIBLE FISHING TACKLE OF WISCONSIN in 1999 which sold 4,500 copies. Bob realized that even though there have been many books published on the subject of old fishing lures that few books covered any detailed history on the old lure makers. His latest book writing project was nine years in the making and covers over 100 years of lure making history starting in 1875 and covers over 2,500 lures makers throughout all of North America. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OLD FISHING LURES MADE IN NORTH AMERICA is the first publication with extensive history and patent information on old lure makers and the first to include extensive coverage on Canadian lure makers. The author traveled to 11 states and 3 Candian Providences visting collectors homes, newspaper archives, museums and other sources and has taken over 10,000 pictures in preparing the historical stories for these books. The set of books arranges for the individual and company lures makers to appear in alphabetical order. People purchasing these books can buy any one single book, a whole set, or even a book a month if they desire as the books will be printed and shipped on demand. Each book has over 400 pages of text, pictures and collector values with each book containing a table of contents and index as well as a master index for the complete set of books.
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The Encyclodpedia Of Old Fishing Lures

Author : Robert A. Slade
ISBN : 9781425115173
Genre : Reference
File Size : 25.40 MB
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Robert A. Slade, after collecting old fishing tackle since 1958 and contributing articles on old fishing lures for a collector magazine for several years started researching and writing books in the 1990's. He published the HISTORY & COLLECTIBLE FISHING TACKLE OF WISCONSIN in 1999 which sold 4,500 copies. Bob realized that even though there have been many books published on the subject of old fishing lures that few books covered any detailed history on the old lure makers. His latest book writing project was nine years in the making and covers over 100 years of lure making history starting in 1875 and covers over 2,500 lures makers throughout all of North America. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OLD FISHING LURES MADE IN NORTH AMERICA is the first publication with extensive history and patent information on old lure makers and the first to include extensive coverage on Canadian lure makers. The author traveled to 11 states and 3 Candian Providences visting collectors homes, newspaper archives, museums and other sources and has taken over 10,000 pictures in preparing the historical stories for these books. The set of books arranges for the individual and company lures makers to appear in alphabetical order. People purchasing these books can buy any one single book, a whole set, or even a book a month if they desire as the books will be printed and shipped on demand. Each book has over 400 pages of text, pictures and collector values with each book containing a table of contents and index as well as a master index for the complete set of books.
Category: Reference

Chetek City Of Lakes

Author : Melodee Mason Eckerman
ISBN : WISC:89082418195
Genre : Chetek (Wis.)
File Size : 52.22 MB
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Lurecraft

Author : Russ Mohney
ISBN : 1565237803
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 87.18 MB
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Make your own lures to beat the high cost of tackle and develop a creative and satisfying hobby. Learn how to craft fishing lures that are more effective than those you buy, with detailed instructions and hundreds of superb illustrations. Covers plugs, surface lures and poppers, spinners, spoons and buzzers, jigs, trout lures, steelhead and salmon lures, and lures for big water fishing. Includes a step-by-step guide to carving, painting and finishing lures, along with a colorful photo gallery of hand-carved lures.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Rapala Legendary Fishing Lures

Author : John E. Mitchell
ISBN : 1610604938
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 53.62 MB
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Rapala - the very name evokes quiet mornings on a mist-shrouded lake, family expeditions in a well-worn rowboat, and - best of all- the thrilling moment when a fish explodes out of the water. This richly illustrated book tells the story of a remarkable company and the iconic angling products they produce. Rapala lures are now sold in 140 countries and are more world-record fish than any other lure. It is the dominant company in a hugely popular sport enjoyed by 44 million recreation anglers in the U.S. alone - more people than play golf or tennis combined.
Category: Sports & Recreation