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#10945325 - 06/28/15 05:06 PM Flashabou Jigs
have_rod_reel_travel Offline
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I was playing around in the spring with a jig with flashabou as the tail material and it work perfect for a wide profile bait... I like the wider profile in the spring, it did pretty well when I could find the fish... I see a few people outside the state using material like flashabou and mylar for tails so I gave it a try... I call it the Firefly...




Anyone else tried this?

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#10945452 - 06/28/15 06:09 PM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
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Looks pretty good to me!
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#10945951 - 06/29/15 01:13 AM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
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I think that'll hunt just fine!
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#10946699 - 06/29/15 12:12 PM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
larry mays Offline
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There is days that a tail with less flashabou by all most half will help. Yesterday on lake Winnsboro I picked up a few nice ones on jig that was sky blue flashabou tail, number 10 crystal, silver body, and the head was fish head type 1/24 color new penny. lots of fun to play with these things.

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#10951456 - 07/01/15 01:29 PM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
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I tied some flash tail jigs a few years back for a while and I think they are good and work. Selling them didn't do as well as feathers and hair though!

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#10952115 - 07/01/15 07:03 PM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
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It was a surprise to see how much action flashabou has in the water... I had no idea and I think I like it, but the crappie have to like em..

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#10952470 - 07/01/15 10:02 PM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
Jater07 Offline
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Looks good. I think a little bigger one like that would kill at the coast at night under the lights. Trout would hammer em'.

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#10952987 - 07/02/15 08:49 AM Re: Flashabou Jigs [Re: have_rod_reel_travel]
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Originally Posted By: have_rod_reel_travel
It was a surprise to see how much action flashabou has in the water... I had no idea and I think I like it, but the crappie have to like em..


That is why I use one strip on each side of Holographic Flashabou and always leave it a little longer than the tail, it has some great action itself!

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