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  1. Bob Smith 30 minute slow clue epoxy
  2. That's why you use a stand-up jig head. I had 3 different styles and varied hooks custom made.Keep the salt out of your baits and they will float on a 45 degree head.
  3. Call do-it and send it back!
  4. If you pour a great deal of lead baits- 1- An adequate exhaust booth is mandatory when pouring indoors 2- Know THE TEMPERATURE OF THE LEAD IS WHEN POURING- some types of small pouring/ladle pots will heat the lead over 900 degrees. Spend the $ on a pyrometer 3- Have your lead levels checked annually- never assume your levels are normal!!
  5. Use lapping compound w/ the plunger on a drill@ low speed. Check the plunger end frequently for complete polishing and proper alignment.You;ll see the plunger end completely polished when you have completed the process.
  6. Salt makes a plastic bait sink.It's the design and stability of the jig head that gives the soft bait the desired angle of flotation! Test your baits and jig heads in a swimming pool or a 5 gallon bucket of water
  7. That's an accurate figure
  8. Don't quit your day job!!
  9. https://www.rotometals.com/lead-ingots-wire/
  10. https://patents.justia.com/patent/D334966#history
  11. Seach under the name of William E. Chambers Sr.
  12. Laminated tubes should display two contrasting colors
  13. Solvent based head cement from Component Systems !
  14. Malin (non-coated) or Malon coated wire. Coffee colored 7 strand wire. 60 or 90lb test will do the job.
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