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#11285504 - 12/16/15 09:16 AM Tied A Few
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He had previously ordered some and the 2 colors with 6 are repeat and he said that they did well. Then he ask for me to pick 2 more to make him 3 each of so here they are.

Skip

Almost like a Gray Ghost, but just with a White tail.


Pretty clear this is White/Pearl/White.


Some are just hard to get the colors to show up like we want, but this is Chart/Junebug/Chart.


And last we have one I have been liking more and more, Pink/Chart/Chart.
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#11285536 - 12/16/15 09:33 AM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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GREAT TIES SKIP!! Showing true color's is something you've NEVER had much trouble with! Well Done!

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#11285560 - 12/16/15 09:47 AM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Nice baits! Good job. cheers
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#11285657 - 12/16/15 10:29 AM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Thanks guys, Vernon it's just getting the real in hand colors sometimes like this darn Junbug, it's just darn hard to show and you still can't see it the way it looks.

Skip
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#11285917 - 12/16/15 12:07 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Nice jigs, that's what I call a working jigs they will fish ever day of the year.

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#11285978 - 12/16/15 12:43 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Great ties Skip. All proven crappie catchers for sure.
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#11286036 - 12/16/15 01:11 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Stellar, as usual. I really dig the top set.

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#11286038 - 12/16/15 01:11 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Thanks guys and yes these all should fish well. The only one I have not personally tied on is the Junebug one which I will this Spring!

Skip
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#11286163 - 12/16/15 02:09 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Without a doubt they all will work well & excellent color combos.....
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#11287722 - 12/17/15 09:20 AM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Thanks killa!
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#11294693 - 12/20/15 09:48 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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Skip...are you using marabou or hackle for your tails...the marabou and hacle that I am using seems more 'feathery' than what is in your pics.

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#11295453 - 12/21/15 11:11 AM Re: Tied A Few [Re: jigbutch]
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Originally Posted By: jigbutch
Skip...are you using marabou or hackle for your tails...the marabou and hacle that I am using seems more 'feathery' than what is in your pics.


These are all Salt Water Neck Hackle, but I also use a lot of marabou. Not really sure what you mean more feathery, but marabou is a lot softer and is the kind of action. More people fish with Hackle though. Spring all my fishing is with marabou on my little Roadrunners which most have marabou on, but some have rabbit.

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#11296079 - 12/21/15 04:14 PM Re: Tied A Few [Re: Skip_48]
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From some of the feed back I am getting the marabou is a little to soft on a year of rain like this one. And the hackle is working better a lot of the time. Also deer and rabbit doing well. But my understanding of it the marabou is still best with no water movement in the lakes.

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