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I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins #10654893 02/28/15 04:42 AM
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I poured up some 1/4 oz. Pony head underspins with 4/0 gamakatsu hooks. I am ready to fish some clear water.:-)





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Tell the storm how big your God is!


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Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10654983 02/28/15 05:37 AM
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Those look really good. Magnum road runners

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10654984 02/28/15 05:37 AM
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Those look really good. Magnum road runners

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655059 02/28/15 07:45 AM
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Awesome job !! cheers

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655090 02/28/15 10:19 AM
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I suspect road runner stock just went up a 1000 percent after that win.


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Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655210 02/28/15 01:40 PM
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You selling those?????

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655238 02/28/15 01:55 PM
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Is that a ball bearing swivel?

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: redskeeter190] #10655253 02/28/15 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted By: redskeeter190
You selling those?????


Blakemore has a patent on the horsehead jig. It is against the law to sell them w/o their permission. Not trying to stir anything up, I was just made aware of this after I made some road runners and was going to sell them.

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Is that a ball bearing swivel?


Looks like a crane swivel.

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655258 02/28/15 02:03 PM
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Thanks. I can't see it well enough to tell.

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Hold the Ctrl button and scroll you mouse wheel to zoom in.

Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655296 02/28/15 02:25 PM
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If you aren't using a mouse;
Hold the Ctrl button down and press the "+" sign this does the same thing
To reverse the magnification, hold the Ctrl button down and press the "-" sign

Always wondered why Blakemore never marketed heavier roadrunners with stouter hooks and a bigger blade. I know the larger striper and saltwater versions have always been used/modified.


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I poured them just like Ashley's dad. Small #12 crane swivel in the mold and then attached a roller ball swivel to that and the 3.5 willow blade. Here is a closer look at the swivel. The only bad thing is the swivels are about $1.00 each




Here is Ashley's



Here is mine

Last edited by Mark Bisson; 02/28/15 06:32 PM.

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Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655432 02/28/15 03:26 PM
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That design has been around for ever. We call them pony head striper jigs. White head with red thread wrapping to secure the buck tail. I have them up to 1.5 oz not for sale. Will try to get a picture next week. Friend of mine that moved to Lake Buchanan use to build a lot of these jigs. John Terry


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Re: I poured some classic winning "Pony Head" underspins [Re: Mark Bisson] #10655581 02/28/15 04:07 PM
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Mark, you nailed it.

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Mark I just sent you a PM.

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