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Tungsten Jigs #12621148
02/11/18 02:40 AM
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I tie a lot of flies with tungsten beads. Tungsten is almost twice as dense as lead. Sinks more than twice as fast as lead of the same weight.

I did some size 4 90 degree jig hook 7/32" tungsten bead crappie jigs for a friend that's a big Crappie fisherman. Hopefully, they will do as good or better than his lead head ones.

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Those are pretty jigs thumb

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