Okay, I often get crazy thoughts when I am making baits. Some work and some don't. So today I was hand dipping some tube baits for crappie when I got the idea of converting a worm mold into a tube mold. The idea is to fit the mold with cut down dowel rods much like what we use for core shots only bigger around. Liberally oil the rods, insert them into the mold. Inject them. Then remove the rods, cut the bait to the appropriate length. Then cut the tails. I don't see why it wouldn't work. What do you guys think? I chose to use a dowel rod until I find an appropriate size. Then I can change it to metal rods as I see fit.