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    I don't really know what you call these but was messing around with some of the scrap in the basket from the other day. Has a Kip tail tail and used a dubbing tool to spin kip tail scrap with some fine flash to wrap the body...then combed it out. Pretty cool I think.Name:  WOOLY.jpg
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    Those look great.
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    Sure is nice when you can make great looking baits from scraps, eh?

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    Those turned out really nice. They should do well.

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    Very nice jigs. Well done.

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    Chartreuse should get it done!
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    They remind you quite a bit of a wooley bugger, and should work. Please let us know how they work for you.
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    Those will work just fine, I’m sure. I’ve had spotted bass almost tale the rod out of my hands on some wooly buggers I have tied. They fall so slow that the fish can’t resist.
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