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    Default What do you do on a cold day..

    Tie a few jigs and melted 72 pounds of wheel weights.

    Tied multiples of each. Top jig is 5/8 oz for sauger. Second down from left is raccoon.

    Didn't get a picture of the lead before I boxed it up, but it seems to pour a 1/32 roundhead jig just fine without adding any pure lead.
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    Looking good ! Those sauger fry up well ! I sure wished I knew how to get into several messes of those! Or some walleye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slabprowler View Post
    Looking good ! Those sauger fry up well ! I sure wished I knew how to get into several messes of those! Or some walleye
    Well when I go, I'll give you a holler.
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    Nice looking jigs. Can really tell the size difference with them laying side by side.
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    Sweet jigs!
    The best thing my dad ever gave me was his love of fishing.
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    That's a lot of jigs. They look awesome
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Really good job on jigs. Wheel weights are ok if not melted in the pour pot I think. There is just so many additives and hardeners depending on manufacturer that you don't know what you have until por day. Good job and I bet our cold is different to yours. We were minus 6 Yesterday morning.
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    Very nice!
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    Nice jigs, I have to tie some today, but not just yet. I did get up and take a pic of the sunrise on Toledo Bend today!

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    Wow, that's amazing. Very cool!
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