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Judgie

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About Judgie

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    ONTARIO CANADA
  • Interests
    HUNTING, FISHING , WOODCARVING, AND HAVING A GOOD TIME.

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  1. I'm still old school, I get mine free from tire stores . All wheel weights half or no good ,but I get 50 lbs from 100 lbs of wheel weights. I would rather buy lead but can't find ant around here Ontario Canada. You did very well at a buck a lb.
  2. No need for a rag after, just wipe off the plunger.
  3. WD40 works great, after shooting for the day I give it a spray work the plunger a couple times and I'm done.
  4. I use Tremclad oil base paint and it works great
  5. As long as they catch fish who cares what they look like.
  6. Bubbles are in the mold not the plastic. Need better venting of the mold.
  7. welcome lots of good info and people here.
  8. I put mine in a water bucket with cold water, if anything it teaches them to swim.
  9. I shook and swirled the one gallon contained very well. Now it may be compacted on the bottom that I did not check because it was full and I had just received it from the supplied. Any way he has it now.
  10. Master Anglers ( Canadian company)
  11. LOL I was a salesman for 35 years, had I not been on commission's I would have told a lot of the to kiss off. I considered most of them as street sluts, they drop their pants to save a nickel.
  12. I mixed it 3 times and the last time for 3-4 minutes. The company I purchased it from is replacing it no questions asked, can't beat that anyway.
  13. Its privately labelled so no telling who manufactured it.
  14. I think I got a bad batch, this is the third gallon I have used and had no problems in the past. This time I stirred as usual heated as usual , but the plastic will not harden won't even jell. After pouring. Heated to 375 f and nothing. Anyone ever had this problem.
  15. Judgie

    An Assortment of Jigs.jpeg

    Very nice work, almost too pretty to throw in the Lake.
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