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I am going to dip tubes! I am aware of 'horizontal' dipping, but I am going to dip vertical. I am going to double dip to get a different color for the 'tails'. Anyone have any ideas for what to use for containers to hold the plastisol for dipping? I am going to mix in presto pots (2. One for each color). I am planning on transferring the plastisol to two different 'dipping pots' My dipping pots will be sitting on a dual burner hot plate. I cannot seem to find a suitable container to use for my 'dipping pots'. I am looking for a deep (7-8") container about 6" wide. I am about to purchase some asparagus cooking pots (like: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/4547964/?catalogId=80&sku=4547964&cm_ven=Google_PLA&cm_cat=Shopping&cm_pla=default&cm_ite=default&gclid=CNe-lcXDl8cCFYgBaQodFgIK-w&kwid=productads-plaid^82946922583-sku^4547964-adType^PLA-device^c-adid^45527541823) but I thought I would check with you guys before I do this to see if anyone has any better ideas. The issues I have with the asparagus pots: 1.) They seem flimsy. Seem that they would not hold heat very well. 2. Cannot see through them. Ideally a tall/narrow Pyrex type container would probably be better so I can see through the walls for the correct dipping depth. I have not seen such an animal though. Any thoughts? Thanks.
I am looking to find a mold for a weedless wire tube jig that is very popular on a local river for small mouth. I have found several molds which looks correct except none of them seem to have a wire included. Here is the mold that I believe is similar http://www.barlowstackle.com/Do-It-Tube-Skirt-Jig-Molds-P213.aspx Anyone know of any do-it molds that would work? or will I have to modify one of the basic tube jig head molds? If that's the case any tips on how to make this viable? Appreciate any responses and tips.