This is a good lure for deep jigging, trolling, working strong currents in inlets or noodling around bridges. If you get cut off the lure only cost pennies.
The great thing though is the interior is hollow and you can add bait or lure attractant to increase the chance of a strike.
You can see a video of the lure at my YouTube Channel
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Step 1: Cut
Cut the electrical conduit pipe end angle around 45 degrees.
Step 2: Hammer
Flatten one end
Step 3: Polish
clean and polish it up a bit.
Step 4: Drill
Drill hole in body for attaching hooks and holes in front for inserting a machine screw. The nut and head of the screw become the eyes of the lure.
Step 5: Paint and Cover in Clear Coat to Protect From Salt Water.
You can easily add a second hook on the lower body and a snap swivel to the front lead.