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Old April 9th, 2007, 08:01 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Old April 9th, 2007, 08:06 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Rodney Long
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Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

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Old April 9th, 2007, 08:18 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Fishking
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Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that make
these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to go fish
some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
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Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

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Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com



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Old April 9th, 2007, 09:55 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Nice looking toad Randy. Good work.
"Fishking" wrote in message
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Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that
make these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to go
fish some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
"Rodney Long" wrote in message
...
Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

--
Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com





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Old April 9th, 2007, 10:05 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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Default Frog Baits OT

Here are a few other shots


"Fishking" wrote in message
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Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that
make
these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to go fish
some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
"Rodney Long" wrote in message
...
Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

--
Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com







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Old April 9th, 2007, 10:06 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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"Bass_Mr." wrote in message
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Nice looking toad Randy. Good work.
"Fishking" wrote in message
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Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection
machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that
make these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to go
fish some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
"Rodney Long" wrote in message
...
Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

--
Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com









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Old April 9th, 2007, 10:08 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Fishking
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and yet another


"Fishking" wrote in message
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Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that
make these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to go
fish some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
"Rodney Long" wrote in message
...
Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

--
Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com





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Old April 10th, 2007, 12:11 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Bass_Mr.
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Default Frog Baits OT

I like the red accents,have you tried using gold color accents as well ?
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"Bass_Mr." wrote in message
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Nice looking toad Randy. Good work.
"Fishking" wrote in message
...
Thanks. Did them this morning. We have been going back and forth if we
wanted to make frogs or not, the problem was without an injection
machine,
you could only get flat bottom frogs. We now have two piece molds that
make these and include a hook slot on top. Easy to pour. Now I have to
go
fish some. These rig up real nice with a 3/0 texposer and they float!!!
"Rodney Long" wrote in message
...
Fishking wrote:
DANG ! Awesome,, did you pour them ?

--
Rodney Long,
Inventor of the Mojo SpecTastic "WIGGLE" rig, SpecTastic Thread,
Nutri Shield insect repellent. ,Stand Out Hooks ,Stand Out Lures,
Mojo's Rock Hopper & Rig Saver weights, and the EZKnot
http://www.ezknot.com









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Old April 10th, 2007, 12:30 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers
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VERY cool looking frogs there bucko. I believe they will work very well.
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Old April 10th, 2007, 12:31 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
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These are great looking baits. So, how does one go about learning how to
pour your own baits? As in learning the techniques, buying the molds,
obtaining the materials, and all that stuff? Where would I start?

These look much better than the things I buy.


 




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