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Get the smallest drill bit you can and drill a hole into or at least partly into the good section of trace at each end of the eroded area, right thru the phenolic of the board. Scrape the insulating lacquer off the trace so it's bright copper around the holes. Then strip ends of your jumper wire, enough so some of the stripped wire will run along surface of the good trace, insert ends into holes and solder it in place.
You would have a very hard time trying to lead solder across even a small gap, and I'd say 3/8" is impossible. And as Bill says it's not durable either.
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