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I've been trying to get a bright chartreuse tail dip on my dark soft plastics for a while (tried base coating with white), but just can't seem to make it work very well. I know it can be done, because Kelly Wiggler Lures does it perfectly (see attached). They have been chartreuse dipping dark colors for forever. Anyone know how/what they do/use to get such a good tail dip? 

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17 hours ago, Frank said:

Here is the page. Use white under coat but here’s the chartreuse.

https://www.ispikeit.com/product/291/chartreuse-3010

Heres the White:

https://www.ispikeit.com/product/293/white-3012 .

For small jobs you could consider the Worm Paint in Unscented or Garlic here: https://www.ispikeit.com/category/4/lure-paints 

For even bigger jobs or production work you could step up to their VPI series here: https://www.ispikeit.com/category/85/vpi-paint

That should keep you busy.

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5 hours ago, McLuvin175 said:

Heres the White:

https://www.ispikeit.com/product/293/white-3012 .

For small jobs you could consider the Worm Paint in Unscented or Garlic here: https://www.ispikeit.com/category/4/lure-paints 

For even bigger jobs or production work you could step up to their VPI series here: https://www.ispikeit.com/category/85/vpi-paint

That should keep you busy.

Is there a difference in the vpi paint and the solvent based paint? 

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