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Discarding soft plastics

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#2
It is better to throw your used soft plastic at your boat partner to wake him up, you must do it with force though so it hurts. Aim for the neck it works best. :blue-cool:
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Best solution is to melt them down and make new plastics. Recycle people.
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Valrath Wrote:Best solution is to melt them down and make new plastics. Recycle people.

Where can I get a mould to cast it in?
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Ernst Wrote:
Valrath Wrote:Best solution is to melt them down and make new plastics. Recycle people.

Where can I get a mould to cast it in?

You can make your own. Have a look on youtube. Plenty of videos on how to make moulds
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#6
Or give them to plasticman or one of the other guys that cast their own plastics to recycle.
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Take a look at what a 6' D ringer looks like after a few days in the water,

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#8
Strange...my 'trick worm' does the opposite if I stay in the water too long.. :blue-biggrin:
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#9
Smurf you cast worms don't you, where did you get your mould and if you made your own how much would you ask to make me one? (sorry no begging emoticon)
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#10
I do not make moulds...I happened to find them on e bay and bought them.
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#11
Send Nutt a PM...I believe he might be able to assist you.
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Smurf...wishful thinking boet...your trick worm ain't even a stick worm anymore.... :blue-badgrin: :blue-biggrin:
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