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How long to bake jig heads? #12546435
12/21/17 06:13 PM
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How long do you guys bake you jig heads for and what temp?
Do any of you guys bake with 3D eyes already on?


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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12546561
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20 min at 350, for me.

Put 3D eyes on AFTER baking.

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x2 What he said

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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12546864
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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12547166
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I agree 20 min at 350. Except for a glow yellow that I got from Barlows that had a tendancy to drip. That one I would cook at 275 for 10 min, then move up to 350 for an additional 15 min.


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Thank you guys for the input, Ive had problems with chartuse dripping at high temps.anyone else having problems with this color?


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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12547758
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Originally Posted By: Tx_ThumpAddict
Ive had problems with chartuse dripping at high temps.anyone else having problems with this color?


The last batch of chart powder I got, YES, & it has been driving me NUTZ!!! I assumed I was just getting too much on the head......

I will try curing at a lower temp & see what it does.

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thanks redgun me as well.


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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12549221
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I do everything at 325 for 20 minutes. Timer starts once temp is over 275. I did bake recently for about 2 1/2 hours.. opps. Didn't notice any difference in colors.

Chartreuse can be troublesome at times. If head is a little too hot when you dip or you dip a little too long it can cause trouble too.

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Re: How long to bake jig heads? [Re: DavisGuideService] #12551264
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Here is a post o made several years ago that is the Pro-Tec suggested time and temps for curing!
Personally I use 390-400 degrees for 15 min which in my little toaster oven means I need 17 min to give it time to reach temp. The only color I don’t do this with is Pearl!

http://www.crappie.com/crappie/jig-tying-lure-making-forum/56350-csi-cure-temps-time/

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