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  1. Nice package at a fair price. If you decide to split things up, I would be interested in the spoons.
  2. I would add PK to DJH's list of blank sellers. In addition to die cuts, DUEFB also sells blanks - paddles and big fish. Some have fins, some don't. Paddles with fins are cheaper from PK. In case you aren't aware, Mad River has a bunch of die cuts that you can buy on their ebay store. Good guy to deal with. https://prokingspoons.com/flashers-1/ https://www.fishingluretape.com/
  3. Any advice on glow paint for spoons? Saw the glow blanks that LPO sells and was wondering if anyone has any experience with them. Any other recommendations for glow blanks would be appreciated.
  4. Thanks to everyone for their response. J.D. - That's one of the pics I was thinking about when I asked the question. I have an extra pair of rod holders. May follow your lead.
  5. Was looking through some pics of trolling set-ups and found a few where the rod holder was on the track/gunnel behind the rigger and the rod was off the side of the boat like a dipsy. Curious what the rationale is for such a set-up vs using the holder mounted on the rigger. Thoughts?
  6. Two Big Jon rod holders with 12" sections of track. Mounts do not fit Bert's, Traxstech, etc. Came with the boat I bought and I don't need them. Everything works as it should. $160/OBO. Price includes shipping in lower 48.
  7. Two flasher lots. Prices include shipping to the lower 48. Big paddles are a mix of challengers and pro trolls. Green spotted PT glows, white spotted PTs have glow tape and the plaid PT is UV. Challengers all have reflective tape on the back. $80/OBO Small paddles are PTs and a Spin Doctor. Three PTs are glow blades, one has glow tape and the Spin Doctor has both glow and UV tape on the back. The remaining PT has disco tape on the front and back. $70/OBO
  8. Put me in line if the divers become available.
  9. Would like to find a pair of downrigger risers/pedestals that fit Traxstech track. The taller the better.
  10. How old is it? Willing to ship?
  11. I am with Skinny. I like the high-viz yellow. Makes it easier to keep the lines clear when you have doubles and triples.
  12. Never painted a flasher, but assuming that it is plastic like a crankbait, you shouldn't need primer. Just make sure the blank is clean and then shoot a coat of white as a base. I fear you may be using a lot of AB paint to cover the blank. Maybe start with a rattle can? Could use Devcon two ton epoxy as a sealer.
  13. Pro King. I thought the same thing, but then I see they have both UV and RGV flashers.
  14. I would suggest a gravity feed brush. I started with a NEO from Hobby Lobby. Find a coupon and its quite affordable. Getting started can be a bit frustrating - no need to fight your brush too. Buy your hose and other accessories from Harbor Freight.
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