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Old 07-20-2013, 10:31 AM
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lurecraft.com has a lot of nice supplies.
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:21 AM
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http://dbfishing.com/

You can also call and if they are "open" stop in.
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Old 10-28-2013, 11:35 PM
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I have the tackle bug / addiction and have accumulated many links. Also, I have a daily hit list that I search for on Ebay. I have bought brand new jig molds for $5 including shipping, Hooks that are $35/100 everywhere else I have bought for $10. Your local craigslist can turn up some great deals.

I have made purchases from all of the following and no one is perfect but I would not "blacklist" any of them.

This guy has a few items but a bunch of great how to videos http://dakotalakestackle.com/index.html

Good prices http://www.barlowstackle.com/

best Do it mold prices and selection http://zeiners.com/index1.html

Good Prices and Delivery when he has stock http://www.unpaintedlures.com/index.html

If you cannot find it here, you probably dont need it http://lurepartsonline.com/

Lots of misc items http://www.tackle-craft.com/cgi-bin/...i?display=home

Good prices and lots of jigs and supplies http://www.grandpabobscustomjigs.com/

Good PC source http://www.roseyspowdercoating.com/

Interesting Selection http://www.saltybugger.com/plug_hardware.htm

Good one part clear coat http://www.kbs-coatings.com/DiamondFinish-Clear.html

My Favorite one part clear coat http://www.dicknite.com/TU_Lander.htm

Happy Building!
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Guys, help me out...what does the acronym HGT stand for?
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Old 10-29-2013, 11:32 AM
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HGT = Home Grown Tackle
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Old 10-29-2013, 11:37 AM
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I have picked up some at Wal Mart we have AC Moore and Michaels here in the Philly area these stores beads,air brushes,powder paint,a ton of useful tackle making products.

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and to add to the beads... I'm able to pick them up at any dollar store for packs of 75 100...

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Cabela's seems to have reduced the amount of tackle making supplies it carries. My guess is the amount of labor involved for sorting, counting, etc., is more labor intensive/less profitable than selling other high dollar items which they carry (think clothing,for example).

I have been pretty happy with Jann's for most of my needs. I like to call, rather than order via internet, in case an item is out of stock, easier to tell them to wait/ substitute. They are very good to work with.

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I just got into making my own jigs and soft plastics not long ago.
I have placed a few orders for hooks here, seems like good prices to me.


https://www.captainhookswarehouse.com/
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barlowstackle.com has a better shipping rate and I think you'll find the most hooks are slightly cheaper too.

What kind of plastics are you injecting? I make a ton of panfish plastics and some walleye baits as well. I do a couple different frogs and a nice 4.5" lizard too.
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Old 06-05-2016, 06:45 PM
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Just noticed this thread! Lots of good links!

I buy most of my molds from zeiners in kansas, great mom/pop shop that sells online and has GREAT prices... usually the best on the net.

I buy most of my hooks from capt hooks discount warehouse, but lately the prices have been going up and I can usually match it at lurepartsonline.

For odd stuff I like lureparts online, lure tape, beads, clevises, wire, etc.

Nobody has said any links for lead yet?? I usually just buy "soft" lead off ebay if I can find it for less than $1.50/lb.
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