Author Topic: Blue Craw  (Read 665 times)

Online SteveJ

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #15 on: 03/09/19 14:50 UTC »
My thought was to place the bullet nosed jig.
 https://store.do-itmolds.com/Bullet-Nose-JigbrSz-18-14brHk-410-or-413brCollar-Double-Barb_p_421.html
Inside the tube so that the eye is at the correct angle for the chatter connection.

Online Lines

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #16 on: 03/09/19 14:53 UTC »
I bought some tubes from Denny Welch. I already have the bullet nose jig. I need to get a hold of some chatterbait blades and connection hardware to give it a try SteveJ. I'll keep you posted.

Online SteveJ

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #17 on: 03/09/19 15:01 UTC »
My bullet noes jig arrived today and am awaiting the blades from China.
Will be using the tube mold from Anglin ai.
« Last Edit: 03/09/19 15:03 UTC by SteveJ »

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #18 on: 03/09/19 15:04 UTC »
Awesome!

Online Lamar

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #19 on: 03/09/19 16:52 UTC »
Interesting !

Online Mike J

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #20 on: 03/09/19 18:00 UTC »
Thanks Lamar and WW that makes sense. I remember a post about why dipped tubes were better but wasnt sure why they were. I've been wanting a tube mold so this gives me some ideas.

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Re: Blue Craw
« Reply #21 on: 04/07/19 23:03 UTC »
Sweet looking color,one can do a lot with tubes these days 8)