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    Default Custom Saq Sas jig heads

    I got some #8 hooks and poured, painted and tied some as well. Now I have a nice variety to work with.Name:  IMG_1741.JPG
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    You do have a good verity there. Keep up the good work.

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    Nice like the first ones

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    Really look good. Good colors too. The tie loop is odd, did you have to mod the mold? Fish catchers for sure.
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    I didn't have to make any mold modifications but due to the thin wire of these hooks about half the loops were filled with lead that I had to remove. When wrapping thread while tying the jigs I had to support the hook with the left hand while wrapping with the right to keep hook from moving and flexing too much, otherwise the wraps wouldn't be tight enough. I field tested one and the trout were loving it, didn't lose a fish.Name:  IMG_2152.jpg
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    Nice catch and on home grown jigs makes it even more special.

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    They are nice hooks with a slick coating, just wish they had a wider gap.
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    You can cure the gap, by using a pair of clippers, and bending it out about 10 degrees. I do that on all of my jigs, when tying one on. It will make your catch rate go up.

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    Nice as always Jim!!

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