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#11901311 - 10/26/16 02:37 PM Wanting to pour jigheads....
Buglemintoday Offline
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Registered: 03/23/08
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Looking at getting a jigmold or two and start pouring jigheads. I want recessed eyes... I want to use sickle hooks.

I've checked Jann's and Barlow's...but when I called Barlow's the lady said that the molds are set up more for the 570/575 hooks and not made for sickles (matzuo).

Any suggestions on other molds I can look at before I order?

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#11901332 - 10/26/16 02:47 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
REDGUN Offline
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Originally Posted By: Buglemintoday

I've checked Jann's and Barlow's...but when I called Barlow's the lady said that the molds are set up more for the 570/575 hooks and not made for sickles (matzuo).


The sickle hooks will basically interchange with the 570/575 hooks. thumb You just need molds made for that style hook.

Look at the description listed on the sickle hooks:

"Wide gap sickle bend, Aberdeen style, ultra sharp,fine wire hook with black nickel finish. These hooks will fit most molds that use a 570 or 32756 style hook."


Edited by REDGUN (10/26/16 02:49 PM)
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#11901509 - 10/26/16 04:21 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
Buglemintoday Offline
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That was the issue I was having. I really don't want to order a mold and then find out the 100 or 1,000 hooks I bought won't work lol. She said some of them will interchange but some of them the lead will be too close to the first bend

I was looking at the Walleye Jighead and the Minnow Head Do-It Molds

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#11901547 - 10/26/16 04:38 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
HOOK-EM Offline
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Used a small grinder to grind where the sickle hook doesn't fit. Go to Barlow and see how the sickle hook fit the mold.
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#11901554 - 10/26/16 04:40 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
REDGUN Offline
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Originally Posted By: Buglemintoday
That was the issue I was having. I really don't want to order a mold and then find out the 100 or 1,000 hooks I bought won't work lol. She said some of them will interchange but some of them the lead will be too close to the first bend


In this case, you might have to use a little bigger hook, than the size stated on mold, but sickles WILL fit/work.


Originally Posted By: Buglemintoday
I was looking at the Walleye Jighead and the Minnow Head Do-It Molds


I have both of these molds and the sickle hooks fit just fine. thumb


Edited by REDGUN (10/26/16 04:48 PM)
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#11901601 - 10/26/16 05:01 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
larry mays Offline
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Check out Jacobs jig molds & machine for molds that will last a life time. They are higher in price as they are machine made but a lot better than the do-it molds.

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#11903524 - 10/27/16 03:23 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
John Wayne's Fishing Tackle Offline
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My do it molds from Barlows I use sickle hooks with no problems
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#11904893 - 10/28/16 10:04 AM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
Buglemintoday Offline
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Awesome thanks!

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#11908928 - 10/30/16 08:55 PM Re: Wanting to pour jigheads.... [Re: Buglemintoday]
Txmedic033 Offline
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You can modify any mold w/ a dremel tool. I have a couple 5 gallon buckets full of Do It Molds and I would buy only machined molds if I could do it all over again. Much easier to clean up the jig heads after pouring. Jacob's Baits makes some of the best out there.

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