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Found 5 results

  1. Want to get into pouring soft plastics, but am interested in mainly hand pouring. however when I look at molds they are all injection molds, can I hand pour into those? if not what type of molds are for hand pouring? thanks,
  2. Just a promo image I did of the latest swimbait I’ve added to my product line. Would love to hear what you all think! Hand pour. 2 color, 6”.
  3. Hey guys, I figured this would be the perfect place for me to reach out to you guys who make soft plastic baits. I am a senior Industrial Design student at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA conducting research for my senior thesis project. My goal is to research the methods of the at-home (soft plastic) lure maker in an attempt to make the process safer and more efficient in the home workspace. Aside from being a student, I am also the product designer for Optimum Baits and a freelance designer for several other lure companies. While I do have a prototyping space of my own, all of the actual production of the designs are carried out at a large scale. This does not provide me with much insight for my project. From what I have seen in this group, there are some extremely gifted and creative people in here. Any of your input would be greatly appreciated! Thank you for your time. https://goo.gl/forms/y7DImLhsLPS4pqgV2
  4. A handpoured baitfish that's will be in a green pumpkin-chartreuse tail, Pearl, Green Pumpkin, and clear-white with silver/black fleck. The baitfish right now in the pic is what I called Fillet fish color (crème orange)..It's extremely soft but yet durable for a 5/0 flipping hook...
  5. A hand-carved in clay and hand-poured baitfish soft plastic bait that's will be in a green pumpkin-chartreuse tail, Pearl, Green Pumpkin, and clear-white with silver/black fleck. The baitfish right now in the picture is what I called Fillet fish color (crème orange)..
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