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Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
02-27-2018, 10:51 PM,
#11
RE: Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
Thank you for your comments LedHed, Walleyescrounger, and JungleJim1.  Smile


(02-27-2018, 10:08 PM)JUNGLEJIM1 Wrote: Which store did you find it at? How long is the hair?

Found it at a local Jo-Ann Store.  Maximum fur length is about 2-2.5 inches.
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03-24-2018, 10:54 PM,
#12
RE: Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
Nice looking jigs
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03-28-2018, 09:49 AM,
#13
RE: Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
Pup

Any chance of you posting some close-up pictures of the two far right jigs (ones w/ the blades) before you tie in the craft fur? Want to see you attached / connected things.

That is a super neat idea, and I want to use it.

Many thanks

UG
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03-29-2018, 07:46 AM,
#14
RE: Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
Smallie chasing time
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04-01-2018, 05:25 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-07-2018, 11:23 AM by Pup.)
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RE: Chartreuse Jigs For Bass And Panfish
Thank you for your comments PB, UG, and HU.  Smile

(03-28-2018, 09:49 AM)Uncle Grump Wrote: Pup

Any chance of you posting some close-up pictures of the two far right jigs (ones w/ the blades) before you tie in the craft fur? Want to see you attached / connected things.

That is a super neat idea, and I want to use it.

Many thanks

UG

UG,

It's been a whirlwind of a time for me recently which doesn't appear to be letting up.  I will try to post photos of the stages involved in tying my tail spins soon, but cannot promise when exactly.  If a short description might help, I'd like to provide the following steps.
  1. Using a pair of side cutters, snip a suitably-sized jig spinner arm into two pieces at its line tying loop on the inside of the arm.
  2. Crimp down with pliers on the open loop, left from your cut above, located on the clip end of the spinner arm.
  3. With jig held in vise, lay down a base of thread wraps of about three layers.  Stop wrapping just behind the jig collar or, if collarless, about one quarter of an inch away from the jig head.
  4. Tie on the clip end so that its crimp is off to the side of your hook shank.  The clip must open freely with no interference from the hook bend.
  5. Finish with as many thread layers as it takes to keep your crimped loop from twisting.  I tie with my vise jaws at horizontal, so my clip rests horizontally too, making it easier to tie this piece in firmly and securely.
  6. Whip finish, cut away bobbin tag, and then seal your thread layers with nail polish or cement.
  7. Lay down a thread base, just behind the jig head, on its collar or that quarter inch of collarless area.  Tie in the hair of your choice and finish the jig.
  8. Clip on a three way swivel with a couple of flicker (00) blades attached by split rings and crane/barrel swivels.  Or, a single spin blade of your choice attached by split ring to a crane/barrel swivel.

That's all there is to it.  Jig
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