Nothing could be simpler than making your hard lures: wood, plastic, metal, anything goes!
Bricoleurre provides you with all the products to make your hard lures and decorate them. You will also find poppers and sticks to customize
Several formulas are possible with Bricoleurre from the simplest to the most complex:
1/ Decorate a hard wooden lure, pre-worked, mounted and balanced by Bricoleurre. All that remains is to decorate it (paint, airbrush, holographic films), glue the eyes, varnish with bricovernis, then arm the lure with the split rings and the triple bricoleurre.
Bricoleurre offers many shapes of buster, stickbaits, poppers and other flappers...
2/ Decorate a hard plastic lure
Faithful to its tradition of innovation, bricoleurre launches hard lures to decorate.
These lures are inspired by shapes that have proven themselves on predators, in fresh water and at sea, and which have become true classics taken up by different brands on the market.
But often the brands stop certain references, the importers who make their selection at the beginning of the year are out of stock, or simply, the local fishing store no longer has this reference.
Bricoleurre thus proposes to meet this expectation of fishermen who are looking for a particular color that is more accessible, or who wants to create their own....
These lures are balanced, with sound balls at the head, sliding balls in the body of the lure to facilitate casting when in the tail, then re-balance the lure for swimming when returning forward.
The balls are of different sizes depending on the desired sounds.
The lures are not armed: no broken ring, nor triples, but these are accessible here: https://www.bricoleurre.com/product/triple-renforce
the decoration is quite simple:
- 3D eyes
- the bricolograms
- the airbrush
- bricovernis and micro sequins
3/ make your lure in bricorésine, from an existing bricoleurre mould.
You form the armature out of piano wire, place it in the mould, pour in bricoresin (heavy at the bottom, light at the back).
Once the resin has hardened, there is an important step of balancing the lure (see our tutorials or the live ones on facebook), sanding, then go on to decorate as in 1/
4 /Make your own mold, THE unique shape that will make you catch fish in the nose and under the beard of your friends...
It is a question of making your own mold in red RTV silicone, '(see double shell mold making tutorial, in the technical guide of the site), then casting your lure in resin, as in phase 2/... ..then 1/
5/ new at BRICOLEURRE: make your spinners, buzzers, spinners, chatterbaits etc