Making Paddle Tail Soft Plastic Fishing Lures

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A guide to making simple soft plastic paddle tail fishing lure, from making the master, creating a mould to pouring and fishing.\r
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For a more in-depth look at cooking and pouring soft plastic the second part of the my making simple worm videos covers this \r
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Paddle Tail tools and materials\r
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Wooden Lollipop stick\r
Mitre saw or ruler and fine saw\r
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100grit sandpaper attached or laid on a flat surface \r
Superglue\r
Craft Knife\r
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Aluminium car body mesh (normally available from auto supplies) \r
Large grip clips\r
Polymer clay (Super Sculpey) (craft shops/art shops or online)\r
Pasta Machine or rolling pin and flat surface\r
Standard kitchen oven\r
Ceramic tile\r
Wet and dry sand paper starting no less than 400 grit to as fine as you have\r
Cotton Cloth\r
Piece of picture framing glass as mould base\r
Lego mould box\r
Plasterscene \r
Low viscosity RTV silicone such as Polycraft GP-3481-F RTV Silicone\r
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Pouring Lures\r
Flexible liquid PVC, lure lube and colours for making the lures\r
Microwave oven\r
Microwave safe Jug\r
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