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ryanwood99

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About ryanwood99

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  • Birthday 02/13/1980

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  • Location
    Trussville, AL
  • Interests
    All Fishing, bass tournaments, lure painting, soft bait pouring, and of course my family
  1. They stick more than aluminum molds. I brush them with a little worm oil and an old toothbrush between shooting. Mine are ribbed creature baits with lots of detail and tend to stick if not oiled. I would think senkos or trick worms would have very few issues with very little lubricating.
  2. Read on here years ago about this and it works well. I actually just use a little future. Keeps the paint from drying on the needle
  3. I use both. The salt seems to make them last longer and keep their shape better
  4. 1 out of every 20 or so Super Hogs by Zoom has a little pocket like this in it and I would like to get some thing like that but figured it would be hard to do after it's poured
  5. I'm trying to figure out if there is some way to hollow out a solid bait. Really just looking to maybe create a 1/2 inch bubble in a bait after it's already poured. Is there some sort of heated sirenge or something that might work?
  6. I fill zoom horny toad bags with water and let them swell to get a bigger toad. Great trick, I learned fishing Guntersville with a guy a couple of years ago
  7. +1 on Jim being a great seller. He is my first choice any time I am looking for blanks to paint. By far the best person I have found to deal with. Also have not had any issues with the split rings.
  8. ryanwood99

    smoke chart

    Thanks bud. I've been working on it.
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