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  1. Will do. I'll be a newbie to pouring jigs though. I make soft plastics as of now. But I want jigs for myself and maybe try to sell some not sure on the selling part yet. My wife wants to make the skirts she wants to help out
  2. I have I see the have ingots for lead free fishing jigs that's bismuth/tin mix. Thank you
  3. No offense taken at all. Thank you for the info greatly appreciated
  4. What temp and how long do you bake for
  5. I'm thinking about starting to pour jigs. I unfortunately live in a state that has a ban on using lead. I've done research on bismuth/tin mix and the characteristics on the material. My questions are can it be powder painted and you need to add wax to it like lead for impurities. I also know the weights will be off as well. Any help and tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  6. I'll be using baitjunkies soft plastic and medium plastic
  7. Ok I weighed both the 1 I made and the bass pro senko the only difference between the 2 is a 1/4 inch in length and they both weigh 6 grams and I haven't add anything to the one I made. Thank you for the advise
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