BigBaitB

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  1. I would advise buying a gallon or a quart. I bought a 5 gallon bucket at the end of last summer and since I only pour baits for myself and a few for some buddies I have to hit it with a paint mixer once a week to keep it from settling. I don't think I'm even half way through it
  2. Is something going on with del mart?
  3. I can't for the life of me find or remember where I saw line through inserts for sale. Anyone got a link they are willing to share
  4. It was for a soft plastic just too much mess and hassle for my liking.
  5. I got tired of waiting to figure out the best way and just took a shot at it. I've decided to stick with silicone. Plaster is a pain.
  6. I've never even thought about that. When you say harder to work do you mean in terms of making the mold or pouring the bait?
  7. Yes sir! I found that trokar has a 9/0 that's fits nicely too
  8. Silicone is the way I normally go about it. I was only thinking pop this time to try and save some money do to the size of the master
  9. Weedless swimbaits I made just under 6"
  10. So the internet has won today and I can't seem to find a simple answer so I'm asking y'all. Will PoP bond to a clay master? Sculpey clay to be exact. Also I have seen videos where they say PoP will leave a opaque residue on your bait. Is there a way around this?
  11. Thanks for the help Landry
  12. Is the 5 month thing necessary? I use high strength 3 do you know I'd that would be an issue?
  13. Do you mind if I ask what kind of epoxy you use? Or does anything work as long as it has set and cured
  14. Just looking for advice in general. Rigging, waste of time, shape etc...also it has been sanded smooth just don't have a pic at the moment
  15. With the vegetable oil do I just scrub the mold with it or is there a process