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finished a 4 color hand pour order
« on: 10/14/18 00:22 UTC »
almost didnt think itd work in the 4 inch. the larger sizes it worked really well
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Re: finished a 4 color hand pour order
« Reply #1 on: 10/14/18 02:17 UTC »
Awesome!!!  swim bait’s  most be one of your primary bait’s that you use.

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Re: finished a 4 color hand pour order
« Reply #2 on: 10/14/18 05:18 UTC »
its right at the top. ledge fishing is a big thing at home and if youre not throwing one in addition to the other baits youll get stompped. you can get by with a good bit of finess but you have to play both fields to get a rock solid bag.
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Re: finished a 4 color hand pour order
« Reply #3 on: 10/14/18 07:26 UTC »
In clear running water, those would have to be a killer. DobynsTriton Rules! ;D

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Re: finished a 4 color hand pour order
« Reply #4 on: 10/14/18 08:58 UTC »
The larger baits lend themselves to ease with a 4 color and hand pouring makes a great "no-line" bait. Nice work.

When I got my nano mold I fiddled around with some multi-color hand pours and had to stop at four colors because there just wasn't any more room to play.

Nice work on these big guys.

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Re: finished a 4 color hand pour order
« Reply #5 on: 10/14/18 22:22 UTC »
The larger baits lend themselves to ease with a 4 color and hand pouring makes a great "no-line" bait. Nice work.

When I got my nano mold I fiddled around with some multi-color hand pours and had to stop at four colors because there just wasn't any more room to play.

Nice work on these big guys.
they sure do,you can almost just dump the colors in to an extent.. the panfish molds do run out of room quick. i remember spoon pouring those then shooting a dual over them
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