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do-itmolds.com       zeiners.com       lurecraft.com (they sell both RTV that they do in house and sell CNC from 3 makers)      

 

 

basstackle.com(as far as I know, the largest selection of CNC molds)     linmar.com       lonestarbaits.com (baitjunky.com)     jacobsbaits.com       bearsbaits.com       ultramolds.com       enforcermolds.com (Canada based company)

 

 

 

highrockmolds.com     lsbaits.com (lakesidebait molds)       Peace my brothers :)

 

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Nice!!!

Maybe you should post this in the soft plastic cookbook.

It's a great reference, and others can add to it if they find more makers.

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We at Baitkunkys are also cutting molds in house now, we are not affiliated with lonestarbaitco, were obly a supporter and advertiser. Your list is also short Anglin Ai. As well as cnc-molds n stuff...

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Nice list,

 

I see a couple I didn't know about.

 

There  is another resource for bait molds Lonestarbaitco.com under the mold suppliers page there is a list of companies and the types of molds they make with direct links to the mold websites. It makes it a little easier to skip companies if you only want aluminum or only hand pour molds.

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Nice list,

I see a couple I didn't know about.

There is another resource for bait molds Lonestarbaitco.com under the mold suppliers page there is a list of companies and the types of molds they make with direct links to the mold websites. It makes it a little easier to skip companies if you only want aluminum or only hand pour molds.

Shameless self plug? Haha, nice collection.

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Edgecrusher,

 

It is a shameless plug, however I took the time to gather and post this information so everyone could use it. How can they do that if I don't let them know its available. The post is about mold companies people are free to use this list, or they are free to use the one I created which will save them tons of time. The list is also missing janns netcraft and m-f manufacturing. I now have the missing companies updated on my site. (19 mold companies with links.)

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Has anyone ever had any issues, re; High Rock Molds.? I tried to register with the site but there is no available way to input my province of residence, I live in Canada, I also sent an email 4 days ago, with no contact back. Any input is appreciated.

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I just received an email as well, ~an hr ago, stating they are in the process of a new setup (store, business model). Im sure with any form of online shopping, people want to get things right.

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I purchased their 3 color jerk bait ...and it's a really nice mold and system. Takes a little practice to get them to come perfect...but it's worth the learning curve!

 

I purchased another mold from him that had some issues....but he sent me a replacement mold before I even knew there was an issue! That's customer service!

 

 

And I'm ok with the shameless plug! I like to try new molds from new companies and I am always hoping to find some new design that I "just have to get"!

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I didn't know where to put this, but I just want to say that Bob at Bob's Tackle Shack has incredible customer service. I had received some incorrect molds (Molds were fine just not what I wanted) and I figured it would be a huge pain to get them swapped out....he just sent me the right ones and tHat was that. I am still amazed, he has gained a customer for life!

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Lurecraft has a CDC machine and is now cutting their own molds.

 

CNC machine.  Not sure what a CDC machine would be.   Maybe an old Control Data Corporation main frame computer like the CDC 6600?  

 

Sorry.  Couldn't help myself.  

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