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  2. Do-It Molds WEY375 Wire forms

    I ordered the spoon wire forms from the Do-It website. They only gave me one option on the size, so of course I got the wrong one. I now see in their catalog they have two sizes of the spoon forms. They must be out of stock on the smaller size.
  3. How much floater to add to frogs?

    Thanks for that. Need some and shipping is cheap for me from them.
  4. Do-It Molds WEY375 Wire forms

    Thanks for your input on this guys, but I'm a little confused. Here's a pic of the Do-It spoon wire form and the WEY375 wire form. The loop end is way too large to fit in my mold.
  5. How much floater to add to frogs?

    1 pound packs in a 8x8x8 box fairly well If i recall, haven't bought in a long time. Im guessing 5lbs darn near fill a 5 gallon bucket.
  6. How much floater to add to frogs?

    I buy it by the five gallon bucket. Do you know how much five pounds will be volume wise. Cause my bucket and contents does not weigh that much.
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  8. Baits not smooth

    This one would be worth trying too. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F231611404572
  9. Injection Molds

    If you still have it all. Like to talk to you About all of it Bill 775 315 6804
  10. How much floater to add to frogs?

    Aircaraft spruce cheapest place to buy it. http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/cmpages/bubbles.php
  11. PVC.... Azek or Choice Dek?

    Hmmmm. Super Glue. Back when I was building some model airplanes out of foam (at age 75 or so)...there was two types of Super Glue. One would erode the foam completely. The other, special stuff which was more expensive, was "Foam Safe". The cut side of the PVC molding that I am using looks like thick foam. PVC is a different material than the true foam that I used on the planes...but...just wondering if Super Glue affects it in any way. Screws ordered. Rich
  12. Protech Curing

    thanks for the info guys, i went on amazon and bought a thermometer. I will check out the heat problem, if it is too in-consistent i will be buying a new toaster oven as the one i have is relatively old.
  13. How do you paint this pattern

    It looks to me like a light green crackle paint over white and blue areas, followed by stenciled black craw sections.
  14. PVC.... Azek or Choice Dek?

    Rich, when I run the screw eye back in, after it's been coated with super glue, the squeeze out of glue forms a kind of a faring around the eye. I leave that to lock the screw eye in place. I've never had a screw eye move, or unscrew.
  15. Protech Curing

    Being that your using a fluid bed I'm assuming the paint isn't on too heavy. If you get a simple oven thermometer and check the toaster oven, I'll bet that is where your issue is. My brand new toaster oven set to 350 degrees was actually 410 degrees, the one I had befor that wasn't as bad but at 350 it was actually at 385, toaster ovens are notorious for this issue, even expensive models only have an approximate temp based on dial setting. If your oven is old older it could be worse, get an oven thermometer, most are less than $10 and leave it in the oven for 30 minutes and check the temp, if the heating elements are off note the temp and wait until they come back on and then watch, I'll bet you will get a shock at how high that temp goes. I got one for $70 that has sealed elements so that high temp spike doesn't happen, my old oven had high and low spots, the back 4" of the oven were unusable because the temp would spike to 430 degrees and this was with the oven regulated with an oven thermometer, the very front would only get to 318 degrees so I could only cure 25 jigs per batch. So when you are going to cure your heads, get an oven thermometer, that is where the problem is.
  16. Baits not smooth

    https://www.bestvaluevacs.com/best-value-vacs-3-gallon-aluminum-and-mastercool-6cfm-pump-kit.html Pretty good value.
  17. PVC.... Azek or Choice Dek?

    Never mind. After looking at the picture, I see that the threads go all of the way up. I just ordered the two inch size and I can cut them down as needed. thanks.
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    My fire tiger jerk/glidebait by ESOX AMMO CUSTOM MUSKY LURES
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    Leopard jerk/glidebait by ESOX AMMO CUSTOM MUSKY LURES
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    Shad jerk/glidebait by ESOX AMMO CUSTOM MUSKY LURES
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    Sucker jerk/glidebait by ESOX AMMO CUSTOM MUSKY LURES
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    Perch jerk/glidebait by ESOX AMMO CUSTOM MUSKY LURES
  23. Spro LJ KO with CB Lip

    This one has a very thick strong bill, but sorry I dont remember where I got it.
  24. Spro LJ KO with CB Lip

    Ah OK. Dinger Flicker shad has that. I have not fished one yet.
  25. How much floater to add to frogs?

    Alumalite is what I used.
  26. Does anyone know how you go about painting this pattern? I'm assuming its done using either/both a stencil or netting. Thanks.
  27. Ultra minnow spinnerbait mold

    Actually, I got better result when I went with a lighter wire so I could make good eye bends. Or...with heavier wire I would do a partial bend until the wire touches the main wire ( like many of us do to put the swivel on for the blade for a spinner bait . I took one I made out to the garage and put some flipping braid on the clip and I could not get the bend to fail (although I ruined some clips!) The blade attaches at the bottom of the bend (then finish the bend) and rides at the top of the bend so I don't think the end of the bend ever gets enough force to bend or let the blade slip out.
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