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Musky Glenn

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    Marion, N. C.
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    Western North Carolina Muskie Club, Musky and Bass fishing

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  1. Go to You Tube and watch some videos by Marlin Baits. He makes some nice small baits.
  2. A lot of great top water walking baits sit at a steeper angle than 45 degrees. That curly tail will really keep the bait straight and not allow to walk much. Good luck.
  3. I've had good luck with the ones painted with uv paint, but they don't paint the larger sizes with uv paint.
  4. I believe piano wire will rust.
  5. I recently had a need for a large tube to dip large musky size tube baits. I had a friend to weld a bottom plate onto a short section of metal tail pipe material. I would heat the plastisol in a micro wave and pour into tail pipe and do my dipping. If you spray the inside of the tailpipe with Pam the plastic will come right out to remelt again.
  6. Try www.dadsoletackle.com .Pretty sure they have viewable schematics. Good luck
  7. Musky Glenn

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    I just noticed there are fifteen people on this forum as I type. That is the largest crowd I have been in for two weeks. We (McDowell County, NC) had our first two cases of the virus reported today. Stay safe.
  8. The one I use doesn't lock and so far I am very satisfied with it. I did push the end off one time when emptying it. I now know how little pressure it takes to empty and haven't pushed it off again.
  9. Nice job. I removed the windshield from my bass boat when I broke the second rod on the edge of it. Good luck.
  10. Maybe I don't understand McCoy's problem, but it seems to me he is not injecting hot enough if it is cooling down enough to cause a build up. My guess is he is not injecting at 350 degrees or he is picking up some "still unmelted used plastic" from bottom of liquid container. Why is 350 to hot, that is where I inject all the time. Thanks for any info.
  11. I would get a clear schematic and see if any parts have been installed wrong, Yoke upside down, etc. I know if you put left hand gears in a 5500 right hand reel they will do the same thing. Good luck.
  12. I used the edge of a file to cut a small notch in the end of the cylinder so I could insert a small straight screw driver and twist the nozzle out of the cylinder.
  13. I just question the need to lock the tip to cylinder. I have pushed the end off one time into the pyrex cup when emptying the injector. Not a problem to get out of hot plastic and learned how little pressure it takes to empty injector. Haven't had it happen again. I used long needle nose pliers to retrieve tip from plastic. Good luck. I filed a small slot in the end of the cylinder for a screw driver to fit so that I could force the tip off of cylinder.
  14. I use Bob Smith slow cure epoxy and don't thin. No problems not flowing out. I would guess you applied to thin and drug it out to much so there wasn't enough to allow flow out.
  15. Gate shears is what your looking for. Good luck
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