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    shuorc is offline Crappie.com 1K Star General * Crappie.com Supporter
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    Default lil no alibi jig

    has anyone used a lil no alibi jig for specks?
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    Is this what you're talking about? The one on the left
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    That is what we call a No Alibi.
    Haven't seen one with the no alibi name on the card lately though.
    I have caught a lot of crappie and white bass on the red head with white hair
    one of those.
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    the one on the left looks like it, haven't seen one in years. The 'lil' was smaller and solid white worked well for flounder.
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    Muddy Water Jig Co. has been out of business for many years now. I think the jig on the right was some of the last type that they made. The No Alibe use to be the jig to go to many years ago in this area..

    There are some jig makers that make copies of it, but the ones that I've seen didn't quite have the quality of the orignal that I still have. These are a couple of some that I had in an old tackle box.

    Catawba Bait and Tackle in Rock Hill, SC makes some that are close. They are a good old fashion tackle shop that we all like to shop at. The ones that I picked up there didn't have the heavy hooks and didn't have the feathers, but used more modern material rather than feathers like the orignal..

    The only color that I've seen on the orignal were red, yellow, and white heads, with yellow and white feathers.

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