View Full Version : A Few Marabou Jigs to get ready for spring

01-25-2007, 01:56 PM
Just sitting around today with noting to do so I thought I would tie my neighbor a few for watching my dogs wile we were gone to Brooke Army Medical Center. This is just a few of the ones I am tying for his surprise. Now he will be ready for spring time crappie.
These are 1/16 oz. on the first one & 1/32 oz. on the next 2.



This one below is 1/8 for his Bass fishing and one of the best bass baits after a cold front used with an added short worm tail.

01-25-2007, 02:17 PM
Nice jigs skip, i'm working on some new ones myself. Looks great!!!

01-25-2007, 02:57 PM
Good to see your jigs comin again skip. Nice ones.

01-25-2007, 04:20 PM
good looking jigs, Skip.
What kind of feed back you getting on those sickle hooks?:) :)

01-25-2007, 05:35 PM
Willsjwills I have got only good feedback from the hooks. I really like them a lot more than Eagle claw or Mustad for sure. They are really sharp and tend to stick them good. I like them so much I pay about 3 cents more per jig over Eagle Claw hooks when buying in quantity.

The only hooks I like better are Gamakatsu and they are to costly. I use to sell Gamakatsu as a wholesaler to some stores and marinas back about 10 years ago. There is no hook sharper and they stay sharp. I have never had to sharpen a Gamakatsu.

I have not tried them yet but I think the VMC Barbarian should be a great jig hook too is they come in the right sizes.

Thanks for the complements guys!

01-25-2007, 08:35 PM
Those are beauties. You got any online links that can teach the rest of us to tie like that?