Hughes Custom Painted Lures & Baits
Do you have a favorite color they don't make anymore?
We provide the fishermen a unique opportunity to design custom paint schemes on any style of hard bodied lure. We also offer our custom paint schemes that are proven tournament winning colors.
We have painted lures for many of today's top B.A.S.S. pros and have been featured in Bass Fishing Magazine (FLW, Operation Bass, Everstart Feb. 2000), Bassmaster magazine (Oct. 1998), Field and Stream (August 2002), Fishing Tackle Retailer (April 2002), The Navigator (Dec. 2001), and The Central ProAm's Fishing Magazine (Dec. 2001), plus many other national publications as well as television (Bill Saiff's Rod & Reel, and Goin' Fishin' with Rick Dykstra). Our paint schemes have won in excess of a 2 million dollars in tournament winnings that we know of.
Don't be fooled by some
claiming to be a lure painter when it's really just a hobby for them.
Ask them how long they have been in business and if it is their full
time job. This is all we do, and believe me when I say, it's a full
time job. Some of our competitors are not only trying to copy our
colors, now they are copying our web site design even down to the
exact wording. That just shows how much creativity they have. Some are
a little cheaper than us but, remember the old rule of thumb, "You get
what you pay for." Even the large manufacturers are trying to copy our
colors . Come inside and see what we have to offer.
WE'VE BEEN FEATURED IN ALL OF THESE FINE MAGAZINES
blessed to be able to design the colors for Edwin Evers new jerkbait.
This is going to be a killer stickbait!!!!
Tim Horton's NEW Switchback Shad Custom Crankbaits
years of R & D, Bass Pro Shops and I have developed an eight
segment hard bodied swimbait that has incredible S swimming motion and
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Shops and I have also developed a topwater lure called the Double Take.
This lure combines a 3-1/2'' floating topwater bait trailed by a
2-1/2'' rattling, slow-sink, shad-style bait. You feed your line thru a
small tube that runs thru the first bait and tie you line to the
second bait. You simply reel the lure slowly on the surface. If you get
a fish to blow up on it and he doesn't get it, extend your arms out to
give slack in the line, and the back bait drops off and sinks slowly.
They usually get the sinking bait every time.
Bass Pro Shops and I have been
hard at it again. We have developed a new style spoon. It called the
Shad Chopper. This spoon is equipped with 2 willow leaf blades that
fold down against the spoon when jerked up, and expand out when the
spoon falls. This causes the spoon to helicopter down looking like 3
shad instead of just 1 spoon. Check it out.
OUT THESE REVIEWS ON OUR PAINT JOBS!!!!!!
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