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  1. First of all, this community of makers is incredible and I've learned so much trolling through the forums, so thanks to so many of you for contributing so much of your knowledge into this site. IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN SMALLJAW'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL WHAT ARE YOU EVEN DOING WITH YOUR LIFE. Alright, arse kissing aside... Just wondering if anyone has ever tried using goby shaped heads for making vibrating jigs with the single split ring method. I've been making my vibrating jigs by hammering out the hook eyes of my poison tail jigs with a nail set and directly attaching the blades. It works OK... but on at least a couple occasions I've reeled in nothing but a blade. I don't know about you, but I'n not all that into donating hand poured, painted, and tied, hybrid skirted jigs made with all my damn love and attention to the bottom of the lake. I'm still getting comfortable throwing vibrating jigs in situations where I may have typically thrown a swim jig or spinnerbait. Instead of buying a new jig mold with flat eyes, I thought I would try buying a couple dozen of these flat eyed, 60' goby heads (while they are on sale) and trying them out.
  2. 1/4oz modified Do-It mold, removed barb style bait keeper and added wire bait keepers, 3/0 or 4/0 heavy duty jig hook, hand tied skirt (4 color blend), BPS Speed Shad trailer. -fishboy-
  3. I am wondering if anyone has any resources showing how to tie mop style jig skirts onto football head and flipping style jigs. I am just getting into tying my own jigs and would like to learn the proper way to do it. I intend on using living rubber for the skirt material. Any help would be appreciated!
  4. Kye

    Swim Jig Molds

    Does anyone know if there any swim jig molds available on the market other than the Do-it bullet jig and swim jig molds? Any help is appreciated thank you
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