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    Default Jig head mold selection

    Too many really good looking jig head molds out there, but I must choose 1. Same ole story of champagne taste on a beer income. I am leaning toward the do it mold round head jig mold with no collar but I also like the same jig mold with the wire keeper for plastics. I donít do any hand ties now but want to start playing around with it. My thoughts are that with the keeper style I could either mold without it or even trim it off with a pair of pliers, or would the keeper even be an impediment to hand ties? I like both but can only get one. Thoughts or opinions sought for.

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    I'll muddy the water a bit.
    I have a collar less JNR-6-a do it mold that I haven't used in some time an don't plan on using it.
    If you will PM me your mailing address I will send it your way @ no charge.
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    I have tried several my self with plastics and I like the no collar round head better than any ! The collarless doesn’t tare the baits like the others !
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    On its way Crappieorbust.

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    Sent you a PM

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    I enjoy pouring jigs when I have time. I now have 1/64, 1/80 and 1/100 oz molds.

    If any of you want to try out some tiny jigs, I will send you some free.

    I don't sell any.... just pour them to use myself.

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    Thank you Tony Crappie. And thanks to you other guys as well. Hard to find GOOD folks anymore but this site seems to have a good many of them.
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    Bluegill thanks for the offer!!


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    I had friend tell me ( I have not tried it yet ) on the collarless jig if you put a couple wraps of thread down the hook shank, It will hold the plastic pretty good.
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    I wrap dental floss and then a little super glue.
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    I had friend tell me ( I have not tried it yet ) on the collarless jig if you put a couple wraps of thread down the hook shank, It will hold the plastic pretty good.
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