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  1. Gammagoat

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    Kinda new to this also, unfortunately like anything else there is savings with spreading things around. Barlows has alot and I find them to be the most convenient. Janns, lurecraft, Do-it, have a good selection also. So far the best deal I've found on plastisol has been baitplastics.
  2. Thank you Frank. I see what your saying now. I didn't realize that the twin-injectors come with a blending block. I don't want to throw good money after bad I'll look into the BT twin.
  3. I dont see how this would work, do you flip the injectors back and forth? Wouldn't this introduce air into the mold? Thats cool, but he is still using a block. The only blending block that I could find is from Bass Tackle and the cost is the same as the C-block. Is there any advantage that a blending block has over the Angling Ai C-block? If so what company do you recommend that I buy from?
  4. Thanks for the reply Frank. Should have looked before I asked, Lol. I found a video using the C-block, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBZsN3gdpd4
  5. Gammagoat

    Oh boy

    Need some advice, I recently started to inject some baits. The mold I have is an Angling Ai ecto-craw 4" and I have been using a 6oz do it injector with MF plastisol soft which I had to add hardener to. This worked perfectly. What I'm wanting to do is make baits with a Mottled look, from what I have read a C-block and a duel injector are needed. Since I already have a do-it injector I plan to buy another injector and the dual conversion kit. The C-block will be bought from Angling Ai. My problem is that I am still unsure about how exactly to produce mottled baits. It seems that one w
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