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    With time on my hands due to this medical boot on y foot/ankle, I have time to tie new jigs. So here are some from a today...Name:  20210630_151155.jpg
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    Looks good. Sure they will work for you. Hope that foot heels up quickly for you.
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    Very nice.
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    Nice job, keep the healing coming and the jigs.
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    Thank you Dave. the Dr. did say a tendon was rubbing on one of the bones, but wasn't sure if it would back off of it after it relaxed. If it don't we probably talking surgery. Just have to pray and let the greatest healer do what he does. Thank you for the compliments on the jigs.
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    Thank you Slab and GrumpyLoomis I appreciate it.
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    Nice jigs you’ve tied, like the spikes of color. I only want to question and suggest on one of them. The wings on the one look good while it’s on the vise. However, once in the water it will rotate 180*. Ifn the wings were on the hook side it would orient proper when in the water. I like the look of the wings though I don’t know the material. Looks a lot like mayfly wings. Good stuff.
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    Those all look awesome, but if I had to pick a favorite that first one has my vote
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    Skeetbum, the wing material is actually plastic from a zip-lock bag that I freehand cut them. As far as them being in the wrong side, I read some where that a dead bug actually floats down upside down. Don't know myself and can't remember where I read it. But if the fish take it then that's a plus. As far as durability goes, I can only hope fo the best. I used what I had at the time...
    But thank you for the compliments. Coming from a fellow tier I look upto, it means a lot. Thank you.
    Proud to have served with and supported the Units I was in: 1st IDF, 9th INF, 558th USAAG (Greece), 7th Transportation Brigade, 6th MEDSOM (Korea), III Corp, 8th IDF, 3rd Armor Div.
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    Thank you Jack. I'm kinda partial to it too...
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