The procedure to adapt the mount to the lure has been recreated in the following steps. I used my drill press to make the holes and to countersink but a hand drill would work just as well.
Keep in mind that there is a fair risk that the camera and lure could be lost if you run into a big fish or if you get a serious snag.
The video below shows my experience with the camera on the lure (aka Cod Cam). Not shown is when the hook was torn free of the lure when the split ring (connects the hook to the lure body) allowed the fish to twist the hook free. (I might get to make a separate video later showing that action.)
I didn't use it, but might be a good idea to use a chemical locking compound between the screw and nut to give extra insurance against losing the whole shebang.
So that's it - do what you do to attach the line to the lure and get fishing!