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Offline rmturner54

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MF Plastisol
« on: 02/22/23 10:41 UTC »
Any one every use MF plastisol, the Easy Strectch medium firm stuff? If so give me your thoughts.

Offline bryanmc57

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #1 on: 02/22/23 17:42 UTC »
I use it for certain things....  Flipping baits and jig trailers.  Holds up really well.

Offline 21xdc

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #2 on: 02/22/23 17:58 UTC »
I use it for certain things....  Flipping baits and jig trailers.  Holds up really well.

I've caught over 100 bass on one trailer made from easy stretch.... I love it for anything that doesn't "need" to float.

Offline rmturner54

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #3 on: 02/24/23 13:28 UTC »
So its the closest stuff to elastech you can find? Hoping this product will work better for staying on jig heads longer w/o tearing.

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #4 on: 02/25/23 04:50 UTC »
I like it better than elaztech... Unless you need a floating bait.

Offline bryanmc57

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #5 on: 02/25/23 08:18 UTC »
So its the closest stuff to elastech you can find? Hoping this product will work better for staying on jig heads longer w/o tearing.

It's one of the tougher plastisol products but I wouldn't compare it to elastech.  It will stretch more than regular plastisol but it has its limits. 

Offline rmturner54

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Re: MF Plastisol
« Reply #6 on: 02/27/23 13:55 UTC »
Thanks for the info everyone. I know it wont comapre exactly to the elaztech. Probebly give it try.