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  1. June bug stick baits 30 drops LC Black grape color 1 1/2 teaspoon medium green flake 1/2 cup salt 1 1/2 cups of plastisol
  2. Chartreuse stick baits 50 drops LC Fluorescent Chartreuse color 1 teaspoon medium silver flake 1/2 cup of salt 1 1/2 cups plastisol be sure to add the Fluorescent color before heating.
  3. Hello Guys, I was wondering if anyone had the plans and info on building a fluorescent green fishing light. I want to build a couple of the 4 foot lights. I know you have to have some kind of 120 to 12 volt converter or ballast. I would appreciate any help.
  4. You can use a pyrex 100 ml beaker to pour from. Much better control and smaller flow spout. You can get those at a science supply/chemical supply place. If you know a compounding pharmacist, he can order you some of them. They aren't very expensive. That's what I used at first with success.
  5. charkins

    two color tube

    Looks great!!! I bet the fish think so too.
  6. Nova (Nil) is from Nova Scotia, I am sure that he can give you the info you need.
  7. charkins

    Few Foil Baits

    Great looking baits!! Bass would really tear those up here on Lake Texoma. I wish I had that kind of talent!!!!
  8. Great looking baits!! You really have talent.
  9. I paid for a year. I don't know how much in money and time it takes to run this site, but I am sure it is not cheap in time or money. Jerry, maybe you could give potential members a 30 day trial or something like that so they can see the value of the site, especially the ones just coming to the site. I could get by without TU, but I sure would miss all they guys. It is more than a website, it is kind of a watering hole where baitmakers meet. Cal
  10. I do 2 color tubes using a vertical dip method. I dip the rod the full length in the tail color. I then dip the rod in the body color down to where I want the tail to start. I normally dip the rod again in the body color down to where the tail starts. This covers the tail color in the body area especially if you are using a tail color that is quite different from your body color such as a blue tube with a chartreuse tail (one I use a lot). Let me know if I can be of more help.
  11. I got a tutorial on multicolor powder painting from Cadman. I really like it. Flippinfool is right, that should solve your problem.
  12. My first try at powder painting with multiple colors.
  13. My first try at powder painting with multiple colors.
  14. I found Charlie to be an honest guy with a good product. Give him a call. You will be glad you did.
  15. Bought it, tried to use it, got burned!!! I am not the only one either. do a search and you will see. Hope this helps.
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