The worm dip is a solvent-based coloring and dries about as fast as you can dip it. Whether it will bleed I have no idea...I just dip and cast. For these baits I carefully brush it on holding the baits by their sides with the nose end straight down so any runs go straight down as well. I dip only the first 1/32" or so of the brush in it to minimize running. Once the eyes are attached of course the baits get the clear coat and I have not noticed any bleeding [yet] under the clear coat.
The junebug back with the green glitter makes these guys look like a very young sunfish. Up here the young-of-the-year sunfish can make up a significant portion of a crappie's diet. We had crappies in buckets and livewells that have regurgitated partial and whole 1/2" to 3/4" baby sunfish. Not just one or two or once in a while, but several at a time and many times. We fished this morning in high wind, dropping water temperatures and basically miserable conditions and the only hits or fish we got came to one of these in the picture.