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    Some woven Gill Magnets

    Learning how to make two color woven chennile bodies. Daiichi 4647 #12's and 5/32" brass beads. Make them from 1/90oz to 1 /32oz by varying bead size and bead material. They are about 1 1/8" long....
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    Praying for you. Sent from my SM-G960U using...

    Praying for you.

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    I have on many occasions fished a hand tied...

    I have on many occasions fished a hand tied chennile and hair or hackle tails the entire day catching at times my limit of crappie on one jig. I couldn't do that with any of the many plastics I own....
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    Most all tied jigs are considerably more durable...

    Most all tied jigs are considerably more durable than plastics. 50 years of experience with both.

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    Excellent read! I've been at this crappie fishing...

    Excellent read! I've been at this crappie fishing since the 1950's. I relate to about everything that you said.

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    I couldn't count how many gills, shellcrackers...

    I couldn't count how many gills, shellcrackers and bass I have caught on beetle spins. Belongs in the lure hall of fame without a doubt!

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    Woven jig bodies

    I tried tying some woven chenille bodies on these 1/16oz × # 4's minnow heads. Color called acid rain sometimes. Rabbit, hackle and fox tails, crystal antron chenilles.
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    Practice is the key in all phases of lure making...

    Practice is the key in all phases of lure making in my opinion.

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  9. Thread: Depressing

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    Living on Kentucky lake I can tell you that Asian...

    Living on Kentucky lake I can tell you that Asian carp infestation is a major problem.

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  10. Thread: Trout Magnets

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    My experience has been that hair outperforms...

    My experience has been that hair outperforms plastic in water Temps lower than 55 degrees.

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  11. Thread: Braided line

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    4# flourance green orginal fireline for at least...

    4# flourance green orginal fireline for at least 30 years now. Bluegill, shellcrackers, crappie and white and yellow bass and a 40#.flathead cat while fishing for whites years ago.



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    HUNGRY!

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    I use several coats and buff it down with extra...

    I use several coats and buff it down with extra fine steel wool between coats. I usually do 4 coats and apply it with my middle finger. Easy to do.

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    Bob these balanced bead heads have a barb made...

    Bob these balanced bead heads have a barb made from the pin that holds the bead. The middle one has a Berkley Power Wiggler on it. It could be a plastic bait just as easily. The little barb holds...
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    Here is a 20 year old rod I just cleaned the...

    Here is a 20 year old rod I just cleaned the handle up and put tru-oil on. It really helps keeping your cork grips clean.385005

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    Another product you can use to protect your cork...

    Another product you can use to protect your cork grips is called Tru-Oil. It is linseed oil with some additives. Orginal used for wood gun stocks but does a terrific job on cork rod handles. Got it...
  17. Thread: DO NOT >>>>>

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    Success! They obviously work well. Thanks for...

    Success! They obviously work well. Thanks for post.

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  18. Excellent post and information. I learned a lot...

    Excellent post and information. I learned a lot on this one.

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    Your quite welcome. Sent from my SM-G960U...

    Your quite welcome.

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    You can also use the lead wire the fly tiers use...

    You can also use the lead wire the fly tiers use to make their weighted flies
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    Use lead rings from old floats or use flat lead...

    Use lead rings from old floats or use flat lead strips cut from a thin lead sheet. Straighten out the top wire bend and disassemble it. Remove bottom foam to make room for the lead strip. Reassemble...
  22. Thread: Ranger Boat

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    My 2010 Z520 Ranger. 384850 Sent from my...

    My 2010 Z520 Ranger. 384850

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    I keep a small bottle with the sauce in it about...

    I keep a small bottle with the sauce in it about a quarter full. I dip my jig in it before my first cast. I fish mostly hand ties many with chennile bodies. The chennile really absorbs the sauce and...
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    For jigs weighing 1/64oz and lighter I use a...

    For jigs weighing 1/64oz and lighter I use a weighted fixed float to cast it. I modify the float so that that it is very easily submerged by the fish. 1/64, 1/80 and 1/100oz jigs are easily fished at...
  25. Thread: my hand

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    Now that's one dandy. Way to go! Sent from my...

    Now that's one dandy. Way to go!

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    No Buddy. It's hen neck hackle. Miniblou is from...

    No Buddy. It's hen neck hackle. Miniblou is from the hens rump as I understand it.

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    A couple of jig flies.

    These are Mustad 3906 # 10's and weigh 1/32oz. Tungsten bead heads, buggy nymph body, hen neck hackle legs. The pink beads are the brightest pink I have seen. 384795

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  28. Thread: Balanced Jigs

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    Thanks for your comments. Sent from my...

    Thanks for your comments.

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    Sticky: I agree with removing these sub forums. This...

    I agree with removing these sub forums. This should be a enjoyable forum free of promoting the sale of specific products.

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  30. Thread: Balanced Jigs

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    The round ones are solid brass beads and the...

    The round ones are solid brass beads and the others are tungsten bass fishing worm weights

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