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    Default Fox Hair jig

    First try with fox hair. I kinda followed Skips rabbit pictures. I stuck myself with the hook a bunch of times. Beginner luck.

    If I was a fish, I believe I would look up this things skirt at least once.Name:  IMG_0542.jpg
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    Wow, that is one fluffy jig. I like it.

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    That ones definitely called the “Lion King”


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    That will do it Tom. I’d like to see it in an aquarium.
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    Wow, I bet it will work.Purdy

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    Nicely tied. When you cut the hair off the tail or fur patch did you comb out the under fur?? That may be why it's so fluffy!!

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    Tom get a mustache comb and comb the underfur out of there before you tie it in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatman View Post
    Nicely tied. When you cut the hair off the tail or fur patch did you comb out the under fur?? That may be why it's so fluffy!!
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    Dont forget that I dont know what I am doing. ha

    will try comb next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cane Pole View Post
    Dont forget that I dont know what I am doing. ha

    will try comb next time.
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