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Topic: My journey into the world of Lead pouring  (Read 3694 times)

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HamachiJohn

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Thanks for showing us how it gets done. kinda like watching Discovery Channel! Now that I know the work that goes into it, have no complaints about what I pay. Thx

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What is that thing to made out of pvc pipe pieces? You said itís for the powder coat paint and you use a coffee filter and an old aquarium pump. I have no idea how that works together to put the powder on the jig heads. Do you have a video or something to show how that all works?
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What is that thing to made out of pvc pipe pieces? You said it’s for the powder coat paint and you use a coffee filter and an old aquarium pump. I have no idea how that works together to put the powder on the jig heads. Do you have a video or something to show how that all works?
Here's a link to one. Just search powder coat fluid bed to find more info.


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Goodjob man! I was thinking the same, but its not for me. Keep it up bro


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in preparation for the upcoming rf opener:

poured another 100x 4oz, 50x 3oz, 25x flutter 4oz,

also trying out the new heavy duty thick nickel hooks on 5,6,8oz ultra minnows.

if anyone is intrested in some as they are before i paint please let me know.  ship available as well.

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since i have been getting great luck with these flutter jigs and popular demand i decide i assemble more with the assist hooks setup.  sure is overkill, but why not?  i figured if im going to fish socal waters i may as well get my gear ready.   i am using 300lb test kevlar cord to tie the big game heavy nickel hooks and finished with shrink tubing.  attached are pictures to show just in case anyone wants to diy.


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Excellent work... :smt006
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Nicely done  :smt007  Can you make some heavier jigs for deep sea fishing?
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