After showing us how to make the mould, Alan Banks explains how to pour your first custom plastic lure.
Making your mould is the first and probably the most important part in the lure making process. This may seem daunting at first but it is really easy if you follow Alan Banks’ guide.
Sometimes the simplest of gadgets made at home can make life easier for an angler without having to resort to high-tech solutions.
They smell like month-dead mackerel and are intended as freshwater predator baits, but Chatter Tail lures from the Fox RAGE stable are equally at home in the sea.
Everything is easy when you know how, and making superb custom finished plastic jellyworms and twin-tail lures are no exceptions. Here Chris Tonberg identifies the materials required and shows you…
Widely worshiped, the Red Gill artificial sandeel is a pure ‘Hall of Fame’ item in many anglers’ books. Here Steve Souter talks fondly of a trusted old faithful and reveals…