JRammit

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About JRammit

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  • Birthday 11/12/1980

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    Rhome Texas
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    Fishing, Duck Hunting... And Fishing!

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  1. Baby Pumpkinseed swim bait

    Thanks man! Fish kinda liked it too
  2. Baby Pumpkinseed swim bait

    2 1/2" long... 1/4" thick Spray can paint job with a bucktail rear end
  3. P3 Shad

    Those look solid Bob! Prefect mesh of a fat profile and slim tail for action Scale pattern is sharp too!
  4. The Crub

    Is it a craw?... is it a grub? Yes! 5" hand poured craw body with grub tail from a 1pc silicone mold Feels good to be back in the shop again!... been workin my tail off, havnt had much time for hobbies... trying to change that!
  5. Plaster Mold Baits

    Man those are clean! No flashing.. Good shaping.. And nice details!
  6. Pop mold questions

    Try air dry clay... The cheap Crayola stuff It dries hard, but becomes soft again when it gets wet... Like when you put it in wet plaster
  7. Good open pour frog mold

    Mold a live frog like you did that lizard!
  8. Underspins.. Anyone Use Em?

    I have a fishing buddy, older fellow, who's entire tackle box consists of only 1/8, 1/16 and 1/32 oz Roadrunners No matter what I throw, he out fishes me with his roadrunners every damn time! I keep telling him I'm gonna get in his tackle box and snip off all his blades one day
  9. plasic in microwave

    I use Pourosol too... Ive had the foaming problem a few times, but not often I just scrape the foam off the top before stirring, problem solved
  10. Casting Resin Help

    Amazing white casting resin from Alumilite would work fine.... Sanding, drilling, shaping, no problem.. Very durable stuff.... And ez to use
  11. Rookie starting up. Need insight

    RTV has a much lower rate of failure (at least it does for me).... But POP is WAY more forgiving of mistakes financially That's something most don't take into consideration... When you're figuring up your costs, make sure you factor in F'ups... Especially if you're making your own designs, cause then you have mold failures AND design failures to battle with But don't be scared off by this... All the cussing and throwing stuff is more than worth it when you finally get it right!!! If you haven't picked a supplier yet, check out Spike-It (Lureworks)... They're the only vendor I know of that also sells RTV... I use the 40 strength...... But, they don't sell release agent, which sucks.. But they have everything else you need for plastics, one stop shop, save on shipping! Your design will also dictate which mold material you can/can't use.... You actually can use a hard master in POP, but there are some limitations...... RTV gives you more design freedom
  12. Help with color please--bluegill flash

    Does look like watermelon... But less watermelon Yours looks a little dark, and you used less white Glitter just looks like blue and gold to me cool color!
  13. Jon Boat Makeover

    I hear ya!... I haven't found a place yet that my boat won't go!!! Ive even been known to drag it into secluded creeks and ponds.. Through the woods down little game trails, across pastures, over and under fences........ That's probably where all the leaks came from in the first place
  14. Jon Boat Makeover

    Thats the truth! My back and legs kill me after a long day of "balancing"... I can tell I'm not getting younger! But the time is coming to retire this old aluminum bucket!.... Just this month I took a big step for the future... I landed the best job I've ever had!... Top of the truck driving ladder! The first year will be a little rough, but by 2018 I'll be looking at Bass Trackers!!!
  15. How to make mold with out plaster paris

    The blue rubber you see is RTV silicone... It's pricy compared to POP, but much nicer to work with! There are 2 basic ways to go about making a 2 piece mold with RTV..... One is to imbed your master into a bed of clay, pour the first layer of RTV, remove the clay then pour the second layer....... The other way is to use POP in place of the clay... Start out just as you would making a POP mold, but pour the second layer with RTV instead of POP... Then remove the hardened POP and pour the second half of RTV (tip: make the POP layer thin enough to break apart, easier to remove this way) Don't forget a release agent if you're making 2 piece molds... Silicone will bond to itself There are a few other ways to make silicone molds, but they are design specific