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Hand poured paddle tails #12710308
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5" paddle tail I've been working on trout, ayu and baby bass patterns

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Pb: 7.75 6" 316 mission fish
Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12710310
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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12710539
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Nice baits. How are you securing your eyes on the baits? I always have to redip the head in clear plastisol to keep them from falling out.

Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: Txmedic033] #12710720
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I've been using super glue. I only had issues with them coming off when skipping them. I'm hoping on this one I drilled the eye sockets deep enough that won't happen


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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12711856
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You can also purchase buttons with the peg on the back. Drill a hole for the peg in your mold, unless it is just the thin plastic molds, and install the buttons. This will give you the eye sockets when they come out of the mold.


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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12712219
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Nice work! - bet the action gets the bite every time bass are chasing.

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It's got some head shake along with the kick, I've missed more then I've landed on it tho 😂


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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: Donald Harper] #12714256
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Originally Posted By: Donald Harper
You can also purchase buttons with the peg on the back. Drill a hole for the peg in your mold, unless it is just the thin plastic molds, and install the buttons. This will give you the eye sockets when they come out of the mold.


I drill the eye sockets into the master before molding with a forstners bit I think it's called. Gives you a flat hole


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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12714622
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you gonna sell any?

Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: bigbaitb] #12715506
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Originally Posted By: bigbaitb
Originally Posted By: Donald Harper
You can also purchase buttons with the peg on the back. Drill a hole for the peg in your mold, unless it is just the thin plastic molds, and install the buttons. This will give you the eye sockets when they come out of the mold.


I drill the eye sockets into the master before molding with a forstners bit I think it's called. Gives you a flat hole


I guess I don't understand how that works. If you drill a concave in the mold wouldn't you have a protruding eye of plastic when you take it out of the mold?


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Originally Posted By: Donald Harper
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Originally Posted By: Donald Harper
You can also purchase buttons with the peg on the back. Drill a hole for the peg in your mold, unless it is just the thin plastic molds, and install the buttons. This will give you the eye sockets when they come out of the mold.


I drill the eye sockets into the master before molding with a forstners bit I think it's called. Gives you a flat hole


I guess I don't understand how that works. If you drill a concave in the mold wouldn't you have a protruding eye of plastic when you take it out of the mold?


Yes you would and this mold is a silicone mold also.

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He is calling the lure that he used to cast the mold with his "master".

Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: kscatman76] #12717036
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Originally Posted By: kscatman76
you gonna sell any?


Yes once I get a multi cavity mold made


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Re: Hand poured paddle tails [Re: Mark Perry] #12717039
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No I'm calling the block of wood I carved this into my master


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Originally Posted By: Mark Perry
He is calling the lure that he used to cast the mold with his "master".


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