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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #15 on: 09/25/16 19:13 UTC »
Da's awesome Bruh.  Put dat under a Cark.
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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #16 on: 10/15/16 15:09 UTC »
A more natural color with estaz instead of legs.


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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #17 on: 10/15/16 17:59 UTC »
WwwAAAT!  Whisker Weedguards!  KIL. LER.
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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #18 on: 10/15/16 18:18 UTC »
Haha I didn't notice the weed guards till I read BKJ's post. And it is killer.

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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #19 on: 11/10/16 16:38 UTC »
A thicker cut 3/8 chinchilla with a 1/8 belly that works well under the popping cork.
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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #20 on: 11/10/16 19:05 UTC »
Nice your making me want to switch my mood from plastic to tying. Awesome job.

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Re: 1/16 Tube Jig Heads
« Reply #21 on: 11/17/16 17:21 UTC »
A 1/16th belly weight on a stainless 2/0. It is a bit light in the current or retrieving under a cork but a nice slow drop with the current. I have caught a few undersized just testing them.