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  1. www.unpaintedlures.com I have found all his stuff to be quality.
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  2. I bought a Buzzjet Jr. from Bustinbassbaits. I tried it out, and it works fine. It casts well, has good action, and is versatile. I painted it as a bluegill. The water is too cold to actually expect to get bitten on it right now, but I'm going to throw it during and post spawn, and all the way until whatever grass the lakes have is gone.
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  3. POP Mold Tutorial Part II When the mold is separated remove the plastic originals. The originals will have tape goo on them and I usually throw them away. Use a knife to smooth the edges of the mold top and bottom. Make the bottom and top edges flat and radius the edges all the way around the mold top and bottom. Next carefully remove any very thin edges from the cavities. Don’t remove too much as it will make your bait less like the original. Don’t "hog out" the cavities. That will result in a bait that doesn’t look like the master. I run the knife lightly along the entire cavity
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  4. POP Mold Tutorial Part I This is a tutorial for making a one-piece multi-cavity Plaster of Paris (POP) mold for making soft plastic baits. I wrote the instructions as carefully as I could but you'll have to have some experience to get a feel for some of the steps in this process. After a few molds it'll become easy. Materials needed: Plaster of Paris (available at craft stores) I think the craft POP results in a smoother mold. Elmer's Glue All Mixing bowl Large spoon Empty 20 oz soft drink bottle Water Dishwashing detergent Serving tray or other flat surfaced item (which will be the
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