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Offline DF

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Swim Toads
« on: 01/18/14 15:13 UTC »
 


  I really like this mold, makes real nice baits. All colors are X2, I start with 3-4 drops motor oil to 4oz and ad baby bass green a tiny bit at a time until I get what I want. The bait on the top right is my blue pearl "accident".

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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #1 on: 01/18/14 17:10 UTC »
Good looking stuff DF, very nice.   ;)
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #2 on: 01/18/14 17:33 UTC »
Looking good. That is an interesting blend. I might cook that up myself. The green just begs for some green or gold hi lite. lol

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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #3 on: 01/18/14 19:43 UTC »
Thanks guys,  The green in this color can get away from you real fast. A larger batch may be more forgiving but for now I'm doing 4oz trial runs of color to figure out what I want and a drop of color can be to much. A dab on the end of a toothpick goes a long way.
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #4 on: 01/18/14 21:32 UTC »
Those are great colors.  Even the one we can barely see. That would be great for a clear lake.

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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #5 on: 01/19/14 01:24 UTC »
Oh yeah they are nice, that clear is a nice ice mint type? Looks nice too!

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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #6 on: 01/19/14 03:58 UTC »
Good looking toads
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #7 on: 01/19/14 05:31 UTC »
Might be accident but i still like the blue peral.
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #8 on: 01/19/14 06:30 UTC »
The blue is really nice!
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #9 on: 01/19/14 09:54 UTC »
I dig the Ice Ghost!

Add some Brown flake to those Green ones and call it Camo.
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Re: Swim Toads
« Reply #10 on: 01/20/14 21:37 UTC »
Nicely done on the green.  I really like it.  Just when you think you have enough colours, someone posts up another great recipe with something you don't have!  Guess I'll have to pair it up with a recent new release mold in the near future.

Thanks for sharing!