Sunday, February 20, 2011

Painting Session

Here are a few pics of baits I recently repainted. These are just a few of the patterns folks can order either on my cedar baits or on lures they supply. At times I have complete baits like these available but the list is always changing. If you see one you like or want to ask about availablity my contact information at the bottom of this post.

Crappie Pattern before clear coat.

After clear coat.

Smooth Goldfish. Smooth patterns have no scale pattern.

Baby Smallmouth bass.

These are tough to photograph since the clear coat reflects so much. I think they look better than the pics show but thought you might like to take a look.

If you are interested in some custom paint or some of my cedar baits you can contact me at


A Reel Lady said...

Those look nice!! An artist of lures!

Justin said...

I've said it before, but you are an amazing artist my friend.. They're looking great, now just to get out on the water and test them..

Anonymous said...

Wow! Those look great Tommy. You do stellar work!

Ben G. said...

Those look sweet Tommy! I wish I had you talent

The Hunter's Wife said...

Very nice!

Chaplain for the Outdoor Community said...

wow... you seriously have a gift.

LB @ BulletsandBiscuits said...

I just got done reading your guest post over at Kari's blog....great post! I've been poking around here on your blog and not sure how I missed it but I am sure to be following it in the future.

Awesome painting on the lures...from someone that airbrushes, I can appreciate the fine details!

Murphyfish said...

Loved your piece over at Kari's blog, mind if I tag along a while?

larryb said...

Fantastic work! That Bomber Model A comes alive in your awesome Calico Bass pattern Tommy. Too real.

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Born and raised in middle Tennessee.I'm a working wildlife and landscape artist specializing in watercolors. Now making cedar lures and custom turkey calls.



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