Snake Lure

Angler Hand Builds 100-Piece Snake Lure in His Garage

You won't believe the amount of work that went into this snake lure.

A while back, we showcased a YouTuber known as Marling Baits. This channel is literally just one guy making incredible homemade lures in his garage.

That first video we highlighted as a really cool great white shark lure. But this guy has been at this a while, and this creation may top them all.

Watch as he creates a 100-piece milk snake lure to celebrate garnering 100,000 subscribers. You have to see it to believe it!

This guy is certainly dedicated to his craft!

At one point in this video, he said he was about four days into just making the segmented middle sections. Who knows how long it really took him to put this whole thing together. It took a lot more work than we were expecting, especially with the molding process for the middle segments. But the attention to detail on this lure is nothing short of incredible.

The action on this snake lure didn't turn out quite the way he was expecting, but who cares? This isn't just a fishing lure. It's a work of art! Of course, the middle of winter when there is snow on the ground is probably the least ideal time to fish a lure like this. We would be interested to see what results he gets during the summer months using this thing, especially if he were to take it to a big bass state like Texas or Florida.

Otherwise, we'd probably expect this lure to be more of a display piece than anything else. Congratulations on 100,000 subscribers, Marling Baits! We can't wait to see what you come up with for your next creation!

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