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    LureCraft 4in Swimmer Shad mold.... Who has this mold?


    Marks Props 317-398-9294, 1850 East 225 South, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176 propellerman59@gmail.com http://www.marksprops.com/index.html

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    That is a great looking bait
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerTim619 View Post
    That is a great looking bait

    Lets buy a mold and split the cost.

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    Awesome mold, seems really expensive for 3 cavities. basstackle has a similar one 6 cavity for 199 and it can do laminates...

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    I don't like it as much and you have to inj all 6 holes separately. http://www.basstackle.com/6008_Chatt.../6008-kj-6.htm



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    I will be curious to see just how much meat is in the body. They do look good though.
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    BT sells that mold in single cavity as well. Good bait. Could use a hook slot or thin it some.
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    #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Dead View Post
    BT sells that mold in single cavity as well. Good bait. Could use a hook slot or thin it some.
    The body is THICK I will agree. I had a single cavity and sold it due to how thick the body was.

    Quote Originally Posted by 21xdc;
    I don't like it as much and you have to inj all 6 holes separately


    I'll agree about the separate injection, but that's what allows it to do laminates. And 175 for 3 cavities is STEEP imo!

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    The body is way too thick for what I want.... It was worth a try.

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    I have the basstackle mold, don't like it very much. I like the Lurecraft way more. If I threw chatterbaits more I would probably get one.

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    would they work as just a swim bait?

    not a bladed jig trailer
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    I dont think they will "swim" on a jighead...

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    I like this one better

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    I would agree that one does look better but still pretty meaty in the body
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerTim619 View Post
    I would agree that one does look better but still pretty meaty in the body
    That is why I’m trying to make this one work.

    http://www.bbcboards.net/showthread.php?t=1000512

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    Just wanted to put some additional pictures up after a couple weeks of having this mold. My buddy bought it for me, because he burns through so many Zako's. It's pretty much a dead ringer and there really isn't any big difference between the 2. The top bait is GYCB and the bottom came from the mold. It's a really nice mold for anyone that throws a lot of bladed jigs. Oh and it works too. IMG_1011.JPGIMG_1012.JPGIMG_0894.JPG

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    It won’t work on my bladed jigs.

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    For now, I'm having 400 zipper grubs made in a custom run color... Light green pumpkin seed with blue highlights.


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