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General Discussion / Re: Go Pro Cameras
« Last post by Muskygary on Today at 07:16 »
Thanks for the info Slow Burn, that's the information I was looking for.
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General Discussion / Re: Musky size tubes
« Last post by DF on Today at 06:17 »
I can't help with your question but it is good to see you around the forum again Brent.
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New Releases / Re: 3” Ripper Essential
« Last post by Lamar on Yesterday at 18:08 »
So if one want to make two tone rippers you would be better of with the cnc mold?

The CNC yes. The ES mold I'm still working on it.
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General Discussion / Re: Go Pro Cameras
« Last post by Slow Burn on Yesterday at 17:53 »
I have 6 gopros. They are a good camera and do have voice control. But there are some things you should know before you dive into that realm. 1st, if you run the camera non stop you get about 2.5 hours of filming time per battery. Not terrible, but also not very long. 2) the lens is a fish eye lens and is designed to capture wide angle. They do not do distance very well. They also do not work great in low light ie sun up and sun down.

On the flip side they can do cool stuff. The voice control is one. Can take pictures, video, time lapse, shutter snaps. The new ones are water proof and you can get a additional case to go deeper into the water. This can be used on a pole to plunge the camera into the water and get shots of the fish being landed or swimming away.

You can do a lot with them but also have their flaws. If you have any specific questions you are welcome to PM me. I use them for hunting and fishing videos.

Now before you ask me about editing, I'm just starting to learn how but gopro editor program is free. Luckily for me, one of my best friends is a marketing director and graphic designer he does all of our stuff. But once you get it figured out you can make some pretty cool stuff

They also have a ton of mount accessories to fit your needs. If you go that route you will find more uses for the gopro than your original use. You can pretty much use it as a regular camera for all events.
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New Releases / Re: 3” Ripper Essential
« Last post by chubs on Yesterday at 16:33 »
So if one want to make two tone rippers you would be better of with the cnc mold?
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New Releases / Re: 3” Ripper Essential
« Last post by ctom on Yesterday at 15:17 »
I tried know only the bottom two cavities would take to the technique and met with limited success. Nothing to take a picture of. I blocked all of the cavities off by shooting with junk plastic and leaving baits in the cavities except the bottom one each sprue. It may have been the injectors, block and mold needed more pre-warming but things didn't go as planned. The bait from the three bait string might have passed muster had I enough to drink.
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General Discussion / Re: New Bait
« Last post by Lamar on Yesterday at 15:08 »
  Crappies are for sissies !
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General Discussion / Go Pro Cameras
« Last post by Muskygary on Yesterday at 13:04 »
Any of you guys have experience with go pro cameras? I fish alone in my boat and I'm looking for a camera I can set up in the back of the boat to record my fishing trips or take single pictures when I musky fish. I have no idea what I'm looking for. I've heard that some will take a picture by voice command while your holding the fish?
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New Releases / Re: 3” Ripper Essential
« Last post by chubs on Yesterday at 12:18 »
Have any of you tried to use the dual injector with the ripper essential molds yet?  Was wondering if the cnc mold performs better then the essential series mold do to the multi-cavity when it come to dual injection.
 
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General Discussion / Re: New Bait
« Last post by ctom on Yesterday at 11:40 »
There ya go, using the noggin. I love it when things just happen like this.
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