Who makes their own inline spinners?

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  1. Edgewalker7

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    May have made that one on the right a bit too long. I'll figure it out eventually.[​IMG]

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    I did that too on a couple but then I just broke 1 bead off at a time inside the skirt to let it come down over the hook.
     

  3. Mr Burgundy

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    What material is ur clevis made out of?
     
  4. Smallie12

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    I bet some of those would land some Chromers and Kings too if you like tossing them in rivers. I've always found the brightest colors to be best when throwing hardware for them.
     
  5. Mr Burgundy

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    Well I will be tossing them this weekend for some hos, fingers crossed there's #s around.
     
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    Good luck I'll be doing the same! Heading to the UP!
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  7. Mr Burgundy

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    Folded brass I believe.

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    Made a few today. My first time trying that powder paint. Some of it came out clumpy. [​IMG]

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  11. Mr Burgundy

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    Painted some blades last couple nights and turned them into these... fish hopefully cooperate this weekend
     
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  12. Mr Burgundy

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    Try this again
     

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    Been using powder paint for yours.
    Couple of tips to avoid the clumps; don't heat the metal to much and stir the powder frequently.
    Many times the clumps will flatten out if you bake in a toaster oven after dipping to harden the finish.
     
  14. Edgewalker7

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    Thanks for the tips. I heated the crap out of them. Hahah.

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