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#11249909 - 11/28/15 10:23 AM Wintertime jig?
REDGUN Offline
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Post up some of your favorite wintertime jig combo's. I like a little pink in my "cold weather" jigs....





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#11249935 - 11/28/15 10:44 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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Very Nice especially the Purple Passion.


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#11249979 - 11/28/15 11:04 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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#11250051 - 11/28/15 11:58 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: jasoniam]
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Jason, I can see those catching fish also. Nice jigs!!

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#11250058 - 11/28/15 12:05 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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Man I tell ya what... the last couple weeks this has wore em out!! think I caught 50 one one jig!!! LITERALLY!!!!
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#11250084 - 11/28/15 12:20 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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This jig is 2 (ish) years old, don't have a new one tied. Even though it's in rough shape, you get the idea. It's hard to beat this small jig on a finicky bite.

Also love orange or red head on chartreuse yellow body and tail. 16th oz or 32nd during the cold months for me (till prespawn, at least).

Good thread idea, Redgun.
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#11250110 - 11/28/15 12:29 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: jasoniam]
REDGUN Offline
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Originally Posted By: jasoniam
Man I tell ya what... the last couple weeks this has wore em out!! think I caught 50 one one jig!!! LITERALLY!!!!


Same colors as the Purple Passion, that has been catching fish at basically ALL the local lakes.

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#11250934 - 11/28/15 08:05 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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REDGUN, that bottom jig in the 2nd photo is a goodun! These 2 were my biggest sellers & for me & several others caught more fish from late Fall through pre spawn than any other jig i tie.


The Grape Limeade is on track to duplicate that again this year.


The Joe Dirt doesn't get super hot until the water temp drops into & stays in the 50's but it is beginning to produce.


Then the Lake Palestine Special came in a close Third last Winter.

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#11253580 - 11/30/15 07:34 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: pepop]
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Pepop, I remember your Joe Dirt being "THE" jig last winter. I got some pheasant feathers a couple of weeks ago and tried to make something similar to try...




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#11253640 - 11/30/15 08:15 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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Redgun-
I really like those jigs. Beautiful work! Do you remember if any particular feather out-fished the others?

I often fish with a few ETX crappiemen... yesterday one of them told me about and showed me a brown jig they wore out fish on Joe Pool with. He tried the same jig here and didn't get a bite. I think the diversity of effective baits (from lake to lake) sure makes jig fishing fun.

I used to prefer plastics over hand tieds and I believe it's because I didn't have enough variation in my jig bag.
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#11253844 - 11/30/15 09:51 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: Jerry T.]
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Mr Jerry, If you are referring to the pheasant jigs, I have not gotten them wet yet.

If your friends caught fish on a brown jig last year, It was very likely Pepop's "Joe Dirt". That jig was tearing them up!!! thumb

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#11253868 - 11/30/15 10:06 AM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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Originally Posted By: REDGUN
Post up some of your favorite wintertime jig combo's. I like a little pink in my "cold weather" jigs....





Redgun,
Your two colored bodies make me sad and envious!!! LOL Great looking jigs!

JZ
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#11254353 - 11/30/15 01:47 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: Jonathan_Zambrano]
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Originally Posted By: JZ_Texas_Urban_Anglers
Redgun,
Your two colored bodies make me sad and envious!!! LOL Great looking jigs!

JZ


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#11254397 - 11/30/15 02:11 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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Nice looking jigs REDGUN! I actually just don't fish in winter, but kind of think this one may float the boat?

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#11254418 - 11/30/15 02:27 PM Re: Wintertime jig? [Re: REDGUN]
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nice jigs, Fellas....
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