- Step 1: Find a bowling pin. My local alley was happy to provide a few old ones, free of charge. You can also get one from eBay for a buck or two.
- Step 2: Cut a 30-degree angle across the bottom of the pin. A sharp blade is necessary because real pins are made of hard maple wood.
- Step 3: Drill a pilot hole in the center, and insert a screw eye.
- Step 4: Spray paint the pin with your favorite tuna-like color pattern.