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  1. Is everyone enjoy these? I’d welcome feedback/requests. Finesse Dirty Gill
  2. Here’s my latest jig Build. Robster Craw I’d love to know what everyone thinks.
  3. mazultav

    Stealthy Jig

    Newest Jig Video is Up! Thanks for all the help from this community. Stealth Bug
  4. I guess I like the additional confidence with the Superglue and it only takes a second to apply. Anyone who’s interested I’ve got another pattern up now Firetiger
  5. Why not get into pouring lead free? Best of luck either way.
  6. I’m going to try to post more videos. Here’s my latest. Wayne’s Rusty Nail
  7. Thank you I that means a lot coming from the man himself
  8. I’d love some feed back on my jig tying. MartinBros Hand Tied Jigs much thanks to smalljaw for showing how easy it is to tie your own.
  9. Living in NH and not having a physical presence anywhere else I don’t think sales tax would matter to me.
  10. I’m interested in selling some of my jigs over Instagram. I’m just looking to break even just to have an excuse for the wife for why I need new molds/skirt material. I understand that profit or not I’m responsible for 10% FET quarterly and I can report it via IRS Form 720. My confusion comes in with Form 637. If I purchase all my skirt materials, hooks, powder etc etc at retail and I don’t claim anything as a loss/expense (which I don’t think I can anymore as a hobby,) can I just track sales in a simple spreadsheet and send in a 720 every 3 months for 10%? Thanks
  11. I’ve poured 1/8 and 1/16 weedless ball heads and 1/8 and 1/4 poison tails lead free with no issues. I’m using Rotometals lead free bullet casting alloy as they didn’t have the fishing specific alloy when I bought my ingots. I powder paint with a heat gun on high for 12-20 seconds depending on the jig size. I run the jigs over the gun until they become matte. Then I cure in a 300F toaster over for about 30min. Check out my results here: https://instagram.com/martin.brothers.hand.tied?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=12qlgz7deaf9q
  12. This might work too https://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-plastic-rods/=1bk1aep
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