I have never painted my weights but if I was too then they would all be painted RED.
KeithsCatch said:Sharpie markers will also work very nicely. Stuff stays on pretty good.
I hear ya, my friend. I do not go to all that trouble with my jigs either. I normally just heat them with a butane torch, dip them in the powder, pass them back through the heat and hang them on a old refrigerator rack. It does take some practice to develop the right touch to make sure the color flows out right. But it keeps me out of trouble.imonembad said:I've messed with the powder coat its a B. because you have to rig up some kind of a jig to keep the holes clear of the paint and you need to hang them when baking the paint to keep them from sticking to everything. But if your willing to do the work I think it will work. Its just not my cup of tea I don't have the Patience.
They are more expensive, but thats because they are tungsten, in the long run you will not be able to buy lead any more, so we are all going to have to get used to paying a bit more for sinkers, but you should try a pack, as they make a world of difference in feel and sensititivy over leadimonembad said:Those are sweet colors. I think the price is kinda steep when you can buy 25 for the price of one. I've fished both the painted and unpainted and I can tell no difference for real. My wife says I'm on a fishing budget so I guess I'll spend my money on something more definitive.