Homemade Jigs

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Jdpayne175
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Homemade Jigs

Postby Jdpayne175 » Sun Nov 03, 2019 8:53 am

I make homemade good jigs,
I have 3 different head designs.
1. 1/2 - improved Arkie style
2. 1/2 - Sparkie style
3. 5/8 - Flip style
All have Mustad heavy hooks, baked on tough powder coated heads, and good quality skirt material.
3.00 $ Each
I will pay the shipping if you order over 10 in qty.
please let me know if you have any questions or want more pics of the Jigs.
(865) 406-2896
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jscarbr1
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Re: Homemade Jigs

Postby jscarbr1 » Sun Dec 15, 2019 8:15 pm

Can you post a pic of the bait keeper area?
A big problem I have with jigs is finding a jig that will hold my trailer properly. I fish heavy cover almost exclusively and I'm always fighting to push the trailer back on.

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JoeLanghans
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Re: Homemade Jigs

Postby JoeLanghans » Mon Dec 16, 2019 6:05 am

jscarbr1 wrote:Can you post a pic of the bait keeper area?
A big problem I have with jigs is finding a jig that will hold my trailer properly. I fish heavy cover almost exclusively and I'm always fighting to push the trailer back on.

Just super glue it

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Re: Homemade Jigs

Postby jscarbr1 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 3:02 pm

Thanks


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