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#12542668 - 12/18/17 05:06 PM Selling your hand tyes
lookingfor25 Offline
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Registered: 02/25/13
Posts: 2734
Loc: Cedar Creek, Tx
How much do you sell your hand tyes for per package or per jig
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#12548947 - 12/23/17 10:45 AM Re: Selling your hand tyes [Re: lookingfor25]
BigDave1 Offline
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Registered: 01/07/08
Posts: 1524
Loc: Allen, TX
I am not in the business of selling jigs but some folks want a certain jig I tie that has done well in tournaments. It is a double flash, double chenille, synthetic hair jig and I get $1.50 each with a min order of a dozen plus shipping/packaging which is about $3.50 to $5.

You won't get rich tying jigs. Maybe make minimum wage for your time if lucky. At least that is my experience. I don't tie many jigs...mostly for friends and I make my own jigheads. I am lucky to have a roofer friends who keeps me supplied in roof flashings so I don't have to buy lead.

Most jigs I see for sale are simple jigs with feathers and one chenille and cost about $.75 to $0.85 each plus shipping/handling. These jigs are easy to tie and can be tied quickly. Once you start adding flash, eyes and multiple colors the price increases.

Good luck! smile
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#12549823 - 12/24/17 08:32 AM Re: Selling your hand tyes [Re: BigDave1]
lookingfor25 Offline
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Registered: 02/25/13
Posts: 2734
Loc: Cedar Creek, Tx
Originally Posted By: BigDave1
I am not in the business of selling jigs but some folks want a certain jig I tie that has done well in tournaments. It is a double flash, double chenille, synthetic hair jig and I get $1.50 each with a min order of a dozen plus shipping/packaging which is about $3.50 to $5.

You won't get rich tying jigs. Maybe make minimum wage for your time if lucky. At least that is my experience. I don't tie many jigs...mostly for friends and I make my own jigheads. I am lucky to have a roofer friends who keeps me supplied in roof flashings so I don't have to buy lead.

Most jigs I see for sale are simple jigs with feathers and one chenille and cost about $.75 to $0.85 each plus shipping/handling. These jigs are easy to tie and can be tied quickly. Once you start adding flash, eyes and multiple colors the price increases.

Good luck! smile





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