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Discussion in 'Terminal Tackle Review' started by GMC FishHauler, Apr 2, 2007.
where do u find the no roll molds? I went to cabela's today and BPS 2 weeks ago, i cannot find any.
I got mine from cabelas they usually dont have them on the shelfs here but if you ask they will get you one.
Use a spoon James, I've used spoons for years. Drill a hole when hard. :smile2:
You can get them at cabela's (online) or Ebay, about a dollar or two cheaper on ebay.
I purchase all my molds directly from Do-it Mold. You can purchase from them on-line or by phone order.
It would be alittle cheaper if you bought it through bass pro;catfish connection are cabales rather than ordering it through DO IT Corp.
Cheaper? I don't know about that. I usually order directly from the do-it corporation and I'm too darn stingy to spend a penny I don't have to spend. But, to give the devil his due, I have never ordered from the other places mentioned. No need to buy the same horse twice.
Well the three do it molds I have would have cost me $35 pluse shiping and handling each , But got two of them from bass pro shop for $30.00 not a big savings but a savings non the less. The third one I bought the kit from Do It not a good deal.
I also got my 3,4,5 oz no-roll mold from bass pro for $32.99. it was one of the more expensive ones there but well worth it. its hard to find big sinkers around here much less no-rolls. big egg sinkers are like 7 something for like 4 of them!!oooh:
catfish connection, they sell all different kind of molds and they average around 30$ if i remember right. They are the home of all your catfishing needs....... check out they're web site.
I ordered mine from cabelas.
my cabelas has them in stock for the 3,4,5 and 6,7,8 no roll molds. I had to go to catfish connection for my 1-3oz one. all are do it molds and are sweeeeet......
catch the beast to be weighed and realesed..
Back in the 50s, I started out molding sinkers with whatever I could find that was extremely cheap, or better yet, free. So, some of the first sinkers I molded were by using spoons for a mold. I never bothered to drill a hole lengthwise through them, but rather drilled a hole in the small end. The proper term for that type of sinker is 'no-snag', according to the Do-It folks. But, you could sure attach it to your line with a plastic slider, and it will definitely hold the bottom as well as a real 'no-roll'. Here's a picture of the 'no-snag' sinkers made by the Do-It molds.
Nice post, I have used them for years and they work great when in current.
I got my "no roll" do-it mold from Barlow's Tackle...I got the 1-3 oz for $28.61 and some extra pins 12 for $5.00....DemoMan