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crappie/panfish jig pics Vol. 2

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by powderburn, Mar 27, 2012.

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  1. powderburn

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    More pics of some of the jigs I tie....and that are for sale...
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    powderman. How much fo rthese jigs pictured above? Eh?
     
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    I would be interested in some. Give me call sometime 307-751-2395.
     
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    MIA, those pictured are 1.00 per, buy 12, get one free. Basically, all the jigs with the black hook (sickle style) are 1.00 ea, except for 1/32 oz, which are .85 each. All small ones with a #10 or #8 gold hook are .85 ea. Thanks for asking. -powderburn
     
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    powder. Send me 24 for crappies and bluegills. they congregate under mydock. Is it advised to use a minnow with the jigs?

    My email is above
     
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    Do you have anything for flounder fishing? George@SJB
     
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    Howdy,
    Currently, no. But I want to expand to doing saltwater here before long. Just a matter of doing my thing with non-corrosive hooks. When that day comes, I will post some pics on this site and see what happens. What colors would you suggest? How heavy of lead heads?

    Thanks for you inquiry. -Patrick
     
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