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Sorta getting tired of the sanding process...

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#1 bassinfool99



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Posted 31 October 2007 - 10:23 PM

....when making swimbaits from wood.

I've had some decent luck making lipless jointed swimbaits from hardwood, but the shaping process is far too slow for my liking.


Is there a casting material that can be used in a suitable mold?

I've heard of alumilite, and other casting resins that can be used with the micro bubbles so they float( or have some boyancy), but I have no expereince with these resins.

Are these materials tough enough to use if I was forming hinges similar to a triple trout?

Anyone care to share their experiences with casting resins & hinged baits?