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Great Gift Idea - MakeLure.com Stick Worm Mold Kit $24.99!

Postby don@alumilite.com » Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:33 pm

Check out our selection of holiday gifts for the Anglers in your family including our New Stick Worm Kit that comes with a pre-made silicone mold!

Check out the MakeLure.com gifts page here: https://www.makelure.com/lure-making-supplies

MakeLure Stick Work Kit Image: https://www.makelure.com/Shared/Images/ ... D-copy.jpg
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Re: Great Gift Idea - MakeLure.com Stick Worm Mold Kit $24.9

Postby DAVE SWIMM » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:38 pm

Hi Don, what size stick worms does that mold make , Are there any videos available?
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Re: Great Gift Idea - MakeLure.com Stick Worm Mold Kit $24.9

Postby don@alumilite.com » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:18 pm

Hi Dave,

It makes a 5" worm. Here's the link to the video: https://youtu.be/Ly6tdOKxHgE

and the product page to buy: http://www.makelure.com/store/p/1088-Ma ... g-Kit.aspx

Thanks,
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Re: Great Gift Idea - MakeLure.com Stick Worm Mold Kit $24.9

Postby DAVE SWIMM » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:38 am

Hi Don, I noticed a special stick worm plastisol. Whats the difference. How does it compare to the salt filled senko? How does it fall thru the water any videos available. Or what stickworm does it sink like? Ive given up for now trying to make the ulitimate senko. But willing to keep trying.
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Re: Great Gift Idea - MakeLure.com Stick Worm Mold Kit $24.9

Postby Mike - Alumilite » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:04 pm

The Worm material we developed is a combination of Alumisol and 15% Softener. There is no scent or salt added. As you know ... everyone seems to have their own flavor and approach. Keeping it clean with no additives gives you an easy to pour soft plastic that is softer than your standard Stick Worm or Senko. I like to use it on a small tungsten wacky rig hook. It falls and flutters well. Sorry ... no video on it.

However, once you start adding salt, it will firm up back to what a Senko or traditional Stick Worm you purchase might feel like. If you add salt to straight Alumisol ... the salt will stiffen it up even more and in my opinion is slightly tougher to pour ... especially if you are hand/gravity pouring and not injecting.

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