You DON’T need fancy materials to get creative. Here are some great options:
· Simple spray cans
· Paint brush with water based or acrylic paint
· Marker pens
· Melted crayons
· Household spices, sand, salt
· Old paint you have laying around
· Cut up stickers
· Aluminium foil
· Super glue for adding elements or texture
· Clear coat spray paint for top layer
· Use net or lace as a spray paint stencil or even cut out paper templates, this will make patterns are easy and effectively!
· Prime your bait first with a good primer! You can pick cheap spray cans up which don’t cost the earth!
· Start off with a layer of white paint, this will make sure every colour you add on top will pop.
· Colours are up to you, be super creative! contrasts work brilliantly, for example a black back and white belly so when bait rolls in the water you get a good flashing effect. Go wild with funky colours or keep it natural, whatever you prefer!
· Need something for eyes? try the standard 10mm / 12mm sticky eyes which you can buy online or get creative with things you can stick on like beer caps!
· We supply the paddle and curly tail, use marker pens to match the colour up with the body. You might even get creative and use a bait off one of your already smashed baits and stick on!
· Protect everything with a clear coat on top, this will keep the bait looking great and protect from the pike’s teeth.