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Epoxy for Crankbaits That Take On Water

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I have a Damiki DC 400 that now sinks like a rock after catching just two bass. What type of epoxy should I use to seal it? Should I apply it around the bill, the hook holders, or anywhere else?

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Comments: Justin, I want to say thank you for your support and if you have any problems with our products, please feel to contact us.  We do stand behind our products and would like to take care of our customers.

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from Damiki, taken from the TW website.

Based on this, you should just contact them and they should replace it. There no reason that you should have to repair a crankbait of any kind after catching 2 fish on it.

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Just now, j bab said:

from Damiki, taken from the TW website.

Based on this, you should just contact them and they should replace it. There no reason that you should have to repair a crankbait of any kind after catching 2 fish on it.

Okay I'll just do that.

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