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  1. FM Bait CO. in Leitchfield, KY. They don't have a website that I know of. I'm pretty sure they do the same 1000ct. per color minimum. This is their phone # that I found on google (270) 230-8815
  2. It will be released at ICAST. All I can say is that it can not be heated in a microwave.
  3. If you're going into it as a business, the up front cost is going to be a lot in order to be competitive. You'll never make enough to make it worth your time if you just have a few cavities of a off the shelf design & getting plastic by the 1-5 gallons.
  4. Yep, BTS made the molds for Yum. He has a lot of the designs available on his website.
  5. Just pulled the trigger on the Hot Runner Machine. They're gonna do the modifications we need to fit our process.
  6. I guess not so much since no reply?
  7. How well will they hold up running 8-10 hours a day, 5 days a week?
  8. hpssports

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    This is our Live Action Craw. When we designed this one, we added raised ridges off the the claw edges for extreme flapping action. The claw tips were also widened to catch water for a quicker response. With the body, we designed it with a 3/8" thickness for increased hook sets when fished on a Texas rig, but still thick enough to work great as a jig trailer. We can hand inject these in solid colors, laminates, or in swirls as you can see here in our KLR color.
  9. We've been looking at getting a few of the Hot Runner Machines but the detachable block is what's holding us back. If they designed them with a set screw lock, they would be perfect. Also easier to clean.
  10. We keep all of our drums on a unheated dock without any problems. And as said above, it's Kentucky winter. Temps can go from 0-70 and back to the 20's all within a week.
  11. The C Block is a waist of money. I personally get better results with the milk the cow method with a standard blending block.
  12. Bait Plastics(Polysol) & MF if you like ordering straight from the manufactures. Dead On if you want repackaged plastic from a hobby supplier. Also BP has free shipping, DO don't.
  13. FM is still open, they produce all the baits for Prowler, Sneed, & a bunch of other smaller brands.
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