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    Quote Originally Posted by S10CHEVY View Post
    Ship and Bob, do you sell kits? Not everyone is into tyeing jigs, nor do they have the hackle, feathers and what not to make them. Just a thought.
    No I have no kits made up. I don't tie a lot any more, but do every once in a while and it's just what they ask for. I do a few special things like real Roadrunners, Glow Jigs that last and are as bright as can be. Matter of fact when I take a picture of them I have to let the brightness die down a little or the picture doesn't come out well. I tie a few flies also, but I don't tie for others much any more. If you have something special you want, PM me.

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    colors of Marabou plus other things!

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    You can get feathers or rubber legs from Janns Netcraft. You can cut up old bass worms to use for the bodies.

    I do not have kits for sale. I stopped selling to the public when I turned 73. I make soft plastic lures for myself and close friends.

    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."
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    I love this so much that I started doing this myself as well. I use the Bobbin Threader to get it done along with either used plastics or specific soft plastics such as the Z-Man because they are buoyant. I kind of like using the pin shown on the original post. maybe i can find a large needle from an arts and craft store and cut the thread hole with a Dremel tool and make it into a hook.

    Here's a vid of me using the bobbin pin threader tho:
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    You did a nice job rawr215. I still just use a big needle.



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    big needles looks like it would definitely work better, but this is what i have lol
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    I found some large needles at walmart, cheap. They work for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    I found some large needles at walmart, cheap. They work for me.
    I get mine there also. You can get about 5 for the price you pay for a soda now.

    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

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    The pack I bought had 5 or 6 different size hooks. I've used several of them depending on the material. You can also buy a women's boa with the feathers while your there...lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    You can also buy a women's boa with the feathers while your there...lol.
    Do not forget to check Flea Markets, garage sales and thrift stores. Lots of places you will find tail material. LOL

    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

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    Great post and threads ; thanks fellas...
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