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  1. Good man. Tell him howdy for us!
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  2. Get with clear bags. They can get you a quote on custom bags. You have been using them and know there quality so why change now.
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  3. Awesome of you to provide this to the community, Dave!
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  4. Thanks. That is the closest thing I have seen.
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  5. PM sent and awesome man! I’ll share the data with you once I’ve gotten to the testing phase.
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  6. Might look at Jacobs Mold. He’s got something similar to a slider. http://stores.jacobsbaits.com/paddle-tail-3-bait-6-cavity-mold/ nate.
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  7. What blade are you using? I would think something like a no 9 skip tooth would work well. Something like an Olsen FR45000. I say Olsen just because easy to get at most big box stores.
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  8. Nils1990, I realize now, that I gave you wrong information, about how to correct your problem with air bubbles. What I told you would help if you had a denting problem, but not with trapped air. What slowfish told you is very much what you are probably needing to check. It does look like trapped air, instead of several dents. Sorry , I would not intentially send you in the wrong direction. Hope you get it lined out.
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  9. Thanks for the clarification. The gold looks better than Pro-tech, however the silver looks like the Protech and couple of other chromes I have at home. Thank for the pics?
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  11. OK, I think that I have cracked the sink rate calculation. Because the plan view shape and cross sectional shape cannot be tabulated, I have used the lure volume and the lure length to calculate the dimensions of a cylindrical body and applied the sink rate formula to this compromise body. I have to say that the numbers look very good. All you have to do is enter the lure length, the lure weight and use ‘Archimedes Dunk Test’ to enter the lure volume. The green boxes show the percentage float (less than 100% = sinker) and the sink rate in inches. The tool is
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  12. I know this post is from another lifetime ago, but I can never seem to get my baits that clear. I do have a question though. Have you ever weighed your stick baits? I try to get my 5" senko type as close to 10g-11g. Thats what most senkos I've weighed come out to.
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