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  1. I am just getting started pouring. I have some questions about some things that I think are important. My first question is If i was to pour one 3 cavity molds of 3 inch grubs out of a do it mold, where about should i fill the pyrex cup to and how much coloring and glitter to put in? My second question is how long should I let the plastic sit in the mold before taking the plastics out of the mold? My 3rd question is when heating up my plastisol should i heat up the plastisol a little then put coloring and fully heat it or just stir the platisol and put coloring in and heat it up to around 350
  2. I just started pouring soft plastic baits, can I melt and use leftover already colored plastic that has cooled?
  3. Hi all, im just getting into this hobby of making my own soft baits, and i've got a quick question... How do you go about making a solid color worm, grub, etc like the soft baits you get with a beetlespin? all of the plastics i see are clear, and since i have no experience i can only go by my own assumption that adding colorant would simply tint the clear and i would end up with a transparent / translucent style bait rather than the solid colors like you find on a beetle spin / crappie magnet / etc ... i know these also come in the translucent colors but i cant think of another compa
  4. Ed_White


    6" weighted sandeel for the beach.
  5. lulu-yodlures

    Fight shad

    The Fight Shad is a 17 cm soft bait for around 30 gr completely homemade by YOD LURES and made in France We started with a wooden master, and then we produce silicone molds and then the liquid plastic with different colors and attractants This lure is designed for pikes and other predators hunters Check the video :


  6. Brandlercustoms

    15lb Bass

    Caught This 15lb Bass At Lake Mission Viejo, This Fish Hit A 8" Huddleston Deluxe In Rainbow Trout Color. ROF 5
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