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    Could be a bit of the air in the plastic, or the plastic isn’t hot enough. When I poured my baits, it seems that it got the most air bubbles at temperatures under 340 degrees Fahrenheit. Hope that will help. P.S, where did you get the mold? I’ve been looking for the berkley nymph mold for a while now. Thanks!
  2. Awesome thank you! Sounds like a really cool idea. I was thinking about just shooting one color, cutting it in half, and shooting the other color. Hoping it would laminate pretty well. That or invest in a dual injector.
  3. Really? Do you happen to have a photo of that process? I’ve been trying to figure out how to get a more consistent crappie tube. I’ve been dipping tubes recently but have been having trouble with consistency on the tubes. I figured injection molds would be the beat way to get a consistent tube.
  4. Hi, I am new to the forum and pouring, and have been looking around at posts for a while. I was wondering if anybody knew where to get a laminate or dual color 1.5 inch injection crappie tube mold? I saw Jacob’s baits makes one, but no longer makes a laminate or two color mold. I was also wondering, those who have the Jacobs 1.5 inch tube mold, have you tried using a dual injector like basstackle, and does it work with that small of a mold? If anybody has any info it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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