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Old 01-31-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Found these recently and thought that tipped with a piece of shrimp they would make a good pompano jig. Any thoughts?
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I really like those !! May do good for a sabki rig jig for hardtails as well.
Where did you find those ?
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Old 01-31-2012, 08:25 PM   #3
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same question, where you get um? I don't know if they will catch pomps, but there are other fishes that will happily grab on to something like that
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They look like they would fool pomps. The main question is how far can you cast it and will it hold bottom in surf and current??
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pretty cool, worth a try
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Google Jenny's Jigs to find them. They wont hold in heavy current but aint they purty?!!
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Put a walker lead in front of it with a short tippet to the jig and I bet you could catch some Pomps with it. Let the walker puff the sand and let this little beauty follow behind.

Good looking fly type jig.
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Looks like they would be worth a try.
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