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Old 09-11-2019, 06:01 PM   #1
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Blue fox, Black and gray marabou and chartreuse.
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Old 09-13-2019, 08:44 AM   #2
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Are these just to use, or are you looking to sell jigs? They look really good.
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I'm thinking of getting a mold for tiny jig heads with larger hooks. For crappie where I fish, a slow fall is key. Most of the light jigs come with hooks that are way too small. Like 1/32 oz for example. If you already have those kinds of molds I'd be interested in 1/32 heads on #4 hooks.
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I'm thinking of getting a mold for tiny jig heads with larger hooks. For crappie where I fish, a slow fall is key. Most of the light jigs come with hooks that are way too small. Like 1/32 oz for example. If you already have those kinds of molds I'd be interested in 1/32 heads on #4 hooks.
As for the jigs I'm just learning so I won't be selling any as of now. I am buying the jig heads and they are 1/16 and 1/8. I am also doing a little power coating of my own. I was told that unless you just want to pour the jigs and a lot of them it was cheaper to buy them.
I have enough to learn for now. LOL.
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