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  1. CrawChuck

    Checking In.

    Hey folks, been awhile so thought I would stop by and see what everybody's up to these days. Haven't fished much or done any lure making the last few years. Have to see if I can fix that.
  2. CrawChuck

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    CrawChuck checkin in. How's everyone? Can't find how to edit my signature so here's my new website. www.arkiegold.com Does gold prospecting count as fishing related Well I set a rod while gathering material Hey Coley what you taught me has carried on to many other things.
  3. Hi Gene, I finally had to re-sharpen my knife the other day
  4. Hi ya'll it's me CrawChuck. I haven't been around for a long time and was wondering if anybody I know is still here? Glad ya'll like the tutorial and sorry I was disappeared for awhile.
  5. PDF Tutorial Attached In 3 Parts Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 1.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 2.pdf Slip Molds for Hard Baits Pt 3.pdf
  6. Some have emailed and/or called to check on my whereabouts for which I am thankful. Wanted to officially let everyone know I'm officially out of making lures except for maybe a few to fish with. A tournament fishing buddy of mine has all my stuff and will be using my lures for his own benefit. I'm off into some various internet marketing things to bring about some goal reaching and lures wasn't cutting it! Seems like I'm on the right path now and will soon be retiring from my sewer plant job. Still fish'n. CrawChuck
  7. Who's CCLC? I'll drive to their house and redeem myself!
  8. Here's a little update on a couple of easy tricks. These clamps are around $4 for several of different sizes in a bag at Wal Mart and work great to hold the molds together. The little plastic cup is easy to form a small pourspout on by squeezing the cup together a little at the rim and holding a bic lighter close to the inside edge for just a second or two and the spout will form nicely for pouring. I use two cups when pouring, alternating them and find it works out just right witht the cure time so the stuff hardens in the cup for the next pour. Got some regular Alumilite Black in the mail today which is supposed to have a faster cure time than RC-3. Will post later on the results.
  9. Welcome Big Al. Hope you're still here despite the warm welcome. How's the Musky baits coming along?
  10. Welcome Liquid Creativity! That's some name for sure! Anyway, I can maybe help you make some molds if you can't wait for the tutorials to come back. I have another moldmaking tutorial posted here... http://www.texasfishingforum.com/cgibin/ubbcgi/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=2;t=028475 Not sure but you might have to join the forum to see it.
  11. Welcome Mullet Maffia! Tons of folks sell jigs made from do-it molds. Problem would be making a mold from do-it shapes and selling the mold as yours or counterfiet do-it's. Those racks of homemade baits you see in tackle shops were likely poured from do-it molds or some other.
  12. That will be cool to have. All I have is a shale pit. The water is crystal clear but now it's full of hydrilla! Good for testing in the winter though. Maybe I could borrow the neighbor's pool!
  13. Dang guys,the smaller craw catches bigger fish! Something else I learned today...just cast it and reel it! Fast, slow, alternate, doesn't matter. Fish slam it! http://img129.imageshack.us/img129/1913/hpim05890bh.jpg http://img129.imageshack.us/img129/8408/hpim05909yw.jpg http://img252.imageshack.us/img252/4162/hpim05919oa.jpg
  14. That's pretty slick Shawn! I can see lot's of possibilities for this and will give it a try soon. I used to have a bunch of patterns for my wood crankbaits, same style in different sizes but they have been lost over the years I wasn't making lures. It will be neat if it keeps all the fine detail. Thanks.
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