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Soft Plastics Lure Paint #12716151
04/14/18 03:18 AM
04/14/18 03:18 AM
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Currently I use Spike it lure dyes to add highlights to various soft plastic baits. I read that Spike It also makes a lure paint that is applied using a provided small brush.

Need some insight on the ease of use of their worm paint (not dyes) and satifaction with results.

Also, any other lure paints that give a more pronounced color that Spike it Dye? Want to use orange and also chartreuse.

Re: Soft Plastics Lure Paint [Re: befuddled] #12716168
04/14/18 03:26 AM
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This was the first thing I thought of. Mark Zona has been pretty vocal on his show about how well they work and how easy they are to apply.


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