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1/8 oz with some belly spins #10635465 02/21/15 06:54 PM
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Trying to get a few jigs tied up today. These belly spinners always work well.




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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10635512 02/21/15 07:26 PM
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Nice job! Those will do!


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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10635700 02/21/15 09:23 PM
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Those are SWEET!!

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10635760 02/21/15 10:07 PM
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Thanks guys


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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10635763 02/21/15 10:08 PM
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Those are real nice!

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10635922 02/22/15 12:08 AM
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Awesome Plate, love the rubber tails...


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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10636725 02/22/15 01:35 PM
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On the quest still for the perfect jigs. Try to build them bullet proof to pound a lot of fish!


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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10637254 02/22/15 05:26 PM
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how did you attach the belly spinners?

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10637370 02/22/15 06:08 PM
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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10637441 02/22/15 06:38 PM
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Wow! I really like those

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10637955 02/22/15 10:17 PM
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Nice, down here in east Texas they do have a limit as we have so much moss. them bar bell eyes and other things that will for real make a nice jig are out. I use some but not many.

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10638038 02/22/15 11:03 PM
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Plateboater, those are some mighty fancy jigs there! That's workmanship! Do you bake your jig head paint?

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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10638066 02/22/15 11:16 PM
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HMK.....you attach whatever style blade with a #12 barrel swivel. I use a #14 when playing with 1/48 and 1/32. I use a zero or 1 split ring. If I am doing a lot I use hoops for jewelry work. Easier to play with. Thread on the barrel swivel up to the head after you made your initial wrap down the shank. Figure 8 the swivel in place until you have a very good base. I Krazy glue then and completed the jig. I do not have patience for roadrunners in the painting process.

Scott.....I use TJ's 3" pucks and fluid bed system. I use Rosey's and Colombia coating along with Tj's for powder. One puck is color 2nd puck is always Rosey's 200% clear. I use a toaster oven and bake 350 for 15 mins. I run two temp gauges to confirm temp.

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Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10638164 02/22/15 11:59 PM
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Thank you for the explanation. I will try my hand at it. I'm always looking for something different to ty.

Re: 1/8 oz with some belly spins [Re: plateboater] #10638410 02/23/15 01:09 AM
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No problem


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