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  • BobD
    Reply to wood finishing questions
    by BobD
    Re: wood finishing questions

    Sorry,
    I didn't read that closely...if you care about your finish, obviously you are not going to use them for fishing...sorry...Now I'm ashamed...

    Bob
    12-14-2004, 02:36 PM
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    Reply to wood finishing questions
    by Guest
    Re: wood finishing questions

    If your putting that much effort into finishing them, I sure hope your not going to fish with them. One big pike or musky and they're gonna be tore up anyway. There's some lure making forums out thee, but don't remember where and have long since cleaned ujp...
    12-14-2004, 01:46 PM
  • BobD
    Reply to wood finishing questions
    by BobD
    Re: wood finishing questions

    FB,
    I would try posting this in the General Carving section...

    I'll have a go at it, though... First a few questions...

    1. Do you want to be able to fish with them, or are they decorative?

    2. Are you painting them,...
    12-14-2004, 11:00 AM
  • fb
    wood finishing questions
    by fb
    Hi
    I'm not sure which group to post this question in, so I'll shoot it off here. Ok, I'm making fishing lures out of cedar - musky/pike lures and wondering about finishing the wood. Look below for what I have in mind for finishing off a lure, start at wood read up.

    2 part expoxy -...
    12-14-2004, 09:46 AM
  • jttheclockman
    Reply to how to surface wood
    by jttheclockman
    Re: how to surface wood

    You may be able to save money initally without buying the tools but where is the fun in that. You get a chance to play with the big boys toys. You can also build other things not just resaw wood. Like said depends on how much you want to get involved in this for...
    12-04-2004, 12:38 PM
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    Reply to how to surface wood
    by Guest
    Re: how to surface wood

    You'd save alot of money buying the lumber in the thickness you need unless you plan on doing this alot.
    12-03-2004, 08:52 PM
  • jttheclockman
    Reply to how to surface wood
    by jttheclockman
    Re: how to surface wood

    Like it has been mentioned a bandsaw is the ideal tool to thin the 4/4 lumber down to close to 1/4'. This needs to be a bandsaw that is able to accept a riser block kit which will allow you to cut 12' boards. Then you can surface plane them to exact thickness...
    12-03-2004, 07:18 PM
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    Re: how to surface wood

    shaun

    to get the right thickness you do need a planer. there is an alternative if you have a router with a straight bit. build a jig a little larger than the width of the board and afix the router to a base you can slide up and down the length...
    11-29-2004, 05:56 PM
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