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Tom the crappies are on by me mostly at dark till day light and dusk till a hour after dark. Olsarge white bass have started to go pretty good but you can get a boat full later in the year. My best day on white bass a buddy of mine and I caught 83 in 45 min. and than the wind picked up and blow use off the spot.
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General Discussion / Re: DO- IT
« Last post by WALLEYE WACKER on Today at 00:35 »
DO-IT CORP. I don't want to make my hobby a job but makes some pocket money from time too time mainly in the spring and than again in the fall.
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General Discussion / Re: open pour molds
« Last post by Y-TownBassMan on Yesterday at 20:50 »
That is what I was thinking in a way I guess.... some way for the plastic to flow like an injection mold.
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Getting Started / Customer Support / Re: *Newbie* Color Issue
« Last post by vtfishing5634 on Yesterday at 20:47 »
Great thanks ctom that's just what I was looking for and will probably help more clueless people like me.
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Getting Started / Customer Support / Re: *Newbie* Color Issue
« Last post by ctom on Yesterday at 18:50 »
Welcome to the Do-It forums VTfishing.

Listed in the Do-It store in the plastic colorant section showing the X2 colors you'll find a basic "drops per 4 ounce" batch for each of the colors in the listing. This drop count is only for the X2 colorants. Other colorant makers, M-F or Spike It for example, will require higher drop counts to get a full, rich color. People really have to find their own drop counts for their own personal finished color preferences. If you read back posts and threads regarding colors and recipes for colors you see a lot of reference to keeping a notebook handy to list the exact number for drops of colorant when developing a color recipe. A notebook is handy in that you'll have immediate recall for re-creating a color. But as for a universal recipe for colors? Nada....except for black.
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General Discussion / Re: open pour molds
« Last post by hawgthumper on Yesterday at 18:48 »
Mostly it just takes practice. Your plastic needs to be hot too. I tilt my mold a little to let the plastic run into the smaller appendages. I've also turned some into injection molds. Sounds crazy I know but it's not that hard to do. You need the right tools for it though.
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Getting Started / Customer Support / Re: *Newbie* Color Issue
« Last post by vtfishing5634 on Yesterday at 16:42 »
Is there any universal plastisol-dye ratio?
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General Discussion / open pour molds
« Last post by Y-TownBassMan on Yesterday at 15:56 »
Hey guys, Has anyone out there ever modified a hand pour mold that makes it easier to pour with less plastic to clean off the finished bait ? I was thinking of trying to cut a channel for the plastic to flow to both baits at the same time. Any advice will be appreciated.I have an odd looking craw/creature mold that I like but it is a pain to have to trim the baits up.
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General Discussion / Re: DO- IT
« Last post by Do-It Corp. on Yesterday at 15:52 »
Careful Mike, never know what you will get started.
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