|08-01-2014 10:44 PM|
Beautiful!!!Thanks for sharing!
|07-09-2014 08:12 AM|
|Pezman38||Those are great CTS|
|07-08-2014 09:05 PM|
|CTS||These are a 4.5" Ringworm I make. Nice mold, easy shooting. Lots of flexibility in what you can do with it.|
|07-08-2014 07:43 PM|
That's why I got into making my own jigs/bucktails years ago. To be honest, I first got into it thinking how much money I would save pouring my own jigs. 30 odd molds, On my second LEE pot, a ton of paint, hooks, bucktails etc. WRONG! LOL Like you said, now I can make/paint stuff you just can't buy.
I did start into plastics about 6-7-8 - more? years ago trying to make a tube bait that was discontinued long ago. I had some success in the end but it was steep learning curve. I would like to get into making some ringworm/ringworm type baits.
|07-07-2014 06:45 PM|
Feel free 2xl. I have about thirty different molds, mostly crappie and walleye. What you'll find is that its not the shape or profiles so much as it is colors that can be made. Here's a basic 4" frog with paddle feet that has a Nascar look to it. Can't find colors like this in a store on a peg.
And thanks for the Welcome!
|07-07-2014 05:17 PM|
VERY nice. Welcome aboard.
I keep threatening to get into making my own plastics. May have to pick your brain on the basics on getting started.
|07-07-2014 11:33 AM|
|stevensinks||I like those.|
|07-06-2014 11:43 AM|
I'm new to this board and I am a tackle crafter. I have cast jigs for over 45 years and spend more time today injecting my own plastic baits that range from crappie-sized bait to walleye baits and even a few ice fishing panfish baits.
Here's a walleye bait I conjured up this morning in answer to another post in another site.
|05-12-2012 09:32 PM|
Might work for pictures of lure making, knot tying or anything that takes a few steps or more.
|05-12-2012 06:01 PM|
I do the exact same thing for a private members only forum I have for Lake Erie
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