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Zmanfisher

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  1. I have been wanting to do this as well did you ever pull the trigger on this. Do you have any pictures of your fastach modification?
  2. Yes I have tried them not bad but not perfect either hoping the 90# you suggested will be what I’m looking for in the 1/8 and 60# in the 1/6
  3. I don’t think I could fit a weed wacker line in a tiny jig. If I drill a hole in the weight I will be into my hook and lose half the weight of my jig. I’m working with worm nose jigs in the 1/16 to 1/8 ounce size
  4. I have been using them and I’m really not very fond of them. I started dipping the tips which helped with the fraying and gouging of fishes eyes but I think I would prefer something just a shade more stout I’m bending these back into place on almost every cast. I’m going to try the 90# and see if they are a little more rigid I say little because these are close just not perfect.
  5. I’m making finesse jigs so it would need to be a direct pour with the weed guard in place. Jigs in the range of 1/16- 1/8 ounce. Just looking for a weed guard material suitable as far as flexibility for light line and finesse applications that I can cut (dremel) into some of my molds. I would like to direct pour them then have the option to paint and cure them just not sure if the nylon coated would hold up to that. Small jaw said he uses a 90 lb leader material but not sure how he finishes his jigs. Thank you smalljaw that is exactly the info I needed I appreciate you taking the time to write me!
  6. I’m making finesse jigs so it would need to be a direct pour with the weed guard in place. Jigs in the range of 1/16- 1/8 ounce. Just looking for a weed guard material suitable as far as flexibility for light line and finesse applications that I can cut (dremel) into some of my molds. I would like to direct pour them then have the option to paint and cure them just not sure if the nylon coated would hold up to that. Small jaw said he uses a 90 lb leader material but not sure how he finishes his jigs.
  7. Can you still bake/cure your jigs when using the nylon coated weed guard? Say 350 for 20min with pro-tec?
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