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    Nice work!!! I know balanced jigs work great job need a float.
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    Just wanted to say that balanced jigs are also made with cast lead jigs like the minnow head , walleye head , bullet head and collar less round head molds. Here are a few of mine. Name:  20200905_133954.jpg
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    The more I see this idea, the more I like it, and I liked it the first time I saw it.

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    Are the heads plastic? Painted metal,?
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    A couple of balanced jigs for vertical presentations. A 1/16oz and a 1/8oz. Attachment 383471Attachment 383472Attachment 383473

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    The round ones are solid brass beads and the others are tungsten bass fishing worm weights
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    Thanks for your comments.

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