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  1. Curious who you guys watch on YouTube to learn new patterns? I am just trying to see how others are doing it visually. I like this link for Brown Trout! I think it's a great final product for a beginner lure painter. Who do you guys watch? Do you have your own channels?
  2. Hi, this is my first post and I was curious on legal matters on starting a small hand pour business.I'm 15 years old and probably won't even start a business for a while until I get good experience. I was wondering what legal complications go into a small business while a minor.If ya'll could give me any tips and info it would be appreciated. Thanks
  3. Yep as the title saids, "Rusty Baits" I'd encountered this when I was making one of my new baitfish mold lures which should of have been all white. And somehow there was rust from where one of the grub was on a hook that rusted from not been dryed off yet which made the hook n bait rust: The core of the bait was rusted. So when melting a batch of these used grubs to make these baitfish baits the first one turned into the colour I call, "crème orange" which created from all white grubs to a orange-fleshy baits instead. So when melting recycled baits make sure that all or any don't have a rusted center....If you want to see the pictures of this bizarre creation it's under the soft plastic gallery..... On a side note make sure that if you have recycled baits in a single bag take them out immediately (if it's not a single brand's color) or put them in a singular bags of each different type of brands' colours because for an example even a strike king watermelon will not be the same as a zoom watermelon... so separate them...
  4. I have been pouring my own soft plastics for 2 years now and have been very successful on both pouring and catching fish on these items. Now I have a few other anglers interested in putting my baits in their local tackle shops. I have a brand name that I would like to trademark but was wondering what other issues I may run into or want to do. Would starting an LLC be an option?
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