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My Updated Christmas Jig #12721429
04/18/18 03:16 PM
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Just a different flash used, but think it's nice with Krystal Flash, what say you guys? This is 1/8 Oz.

Also sorry I have to link my pic and why I don't post more, but once I get my web site done I will use it!
http://www.crappie.com/crappie/attachmen...0d667bd4313-jpg

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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12721605
04/18/18 05:16 PM
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Thats pretty Skip!

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12721858
04/18/18 08:51 PM
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southwest more west than south...
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Oooo it looks so velvety if i was a crappie i'd eat it hooked
I like the way the krystal flash looks in the water i tie all my jigs using it


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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12721907
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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: JIM SR.] #12721963
04/18/18 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted By: JIM SR.



Love that jig! Good job...

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12722631
04/19/18 02:37 PM
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Thanks guys! And a special thanks to JIM Sr. for getting the image posted!

FYI, I have used this color combo forever 38 years now and first started when I was using the little 1/32 Oz Original Marabou Roadrunners and they had this color. The cool part is this tail is the same shade as they used on theirs. I started using that in like 1979 when I first learned to long line troll for crappie. Also back then I hated trolling as it was all about bass and trolling the deep diving baits back then which I never did, but this was different. One day I was throughly frustrated with the wind so I just gave up and tied on a little Roadrunner to just drift fish. To my surprise I started catching big crappie, then it hit me I could do this without the wind by just using my troll motor. That was the start of what I still do today in spring and fall!

Anyway just a little true story about this color combo for me.

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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12722640
04/19/18 02:45 PM
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Great story Skip! Funny, how we sometimes back into a really good situation, that just turns the light on!

cheers

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12723564
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Originally Posted By: Skip_48
Thanks guys! And a special thanks to JIM Sr. for getting the image posted!

FYI, I have used this color combo forever 38 years now and first started when I was using the little 1/32 Oz Original Marabou Roadrunners and they had this color. The cool part is this tail is the same shade as they used on theirs. I started using that in like 1979 when I first learned to long line troll for crappie. Also back then I hated trolling as it was all about bass and trolling the deep diving baits back then which I never did, but this was different. One day I was throughly frustrated with the wind so I just gave up and tied on a little Roadrunner to just drift fish. To my surprise I started catching big crappie, then it hit me I could do this without the wind by just using my troll motor. That was the start of what I still do today in spring and fall!

Anyway just a little true story about this color combo for me.

Skip


beauty,..love the shiny..!! hooked

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: JIM SR.] #12723997
04/20/18 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
[quote=Skip_48]Thanks guys! And a special thanks to JIM Sr. for getting the image posted!

beauty,..love the shiny..!! hooked


Hey help me out and tell me what steps you used to make the picture show up here?

Thank you,

Skip



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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12724052
04/20/18 03:59 PM
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Originally Posted By: Skip_48
Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
[quote=Skip_48]Thanks guys! And a special thanks to JIM Sr. for getting the image posted!

beauty,..love the shiny..!! hooked


Hey help me out and tell me what steps you used to make the picture show up here?

Thank you,

Skip
PM sent to you Skip

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12724798
04/21/18 04:31 AM
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Nice jig. hooked




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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12724960
04/21/18 02:15 PM
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Nice tie Skip. Just need a couple blinking lights.

On the old Color-C-Lector, yellow and green are the two colors that are visible in most all water clarity and at depth.
A John Deere yellow/green works really well in muddy water.


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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12726267
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Originally Posted By: Skip_48
Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
[quote=Skip_48]Thanks guys! And a special thanks to JIM Sr. for getting the image posted!

beauty,..love the shiny..!! hooked


Hey help me out and tell me what steps you used to make the picture show up here?

Thank you,

Skip


did you get it figured,,

Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12727083
04/23/18 02:33 PM
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Thank you guys!

Ken Gaby, I use to have that old color C-Lector, lol! I was using that when the wend made me drift fish and gave me the idea to use my toll motor and what everyone now calls long line trolling!

JIM SR. no I still do not know what you did to show that picture up. Well I am wondering now if all I needed to do is copy location and paste it here and add in their image posting brackets?

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Re: My Updated Christmas Jig [Re: Skip_48] #12728400
04/24/18 01:17 PM
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Big looks awesome, but with it being a jig you tied there's nothing else expected thumb

When I post a pic I just use the pic uploader on this site....

Last edited by SK.; 04/24/18 01:18 PM.

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