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Best mold for jog head #13427011 02/04/20 09:01 PM
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What’s the best jig head mold for vibrating jigs?

Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Chris_K] #13427207 02/05/20 12:07 AM
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I was thinking about using the Arkie or arkey head. Don’t hold me to it because I haven’t tried it.

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Just make sure direction of hook eye so the split ring will line up with blade. It needs to be a flat eye.


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I was actually hoping to open up the hook eye and attach the blade directly.

Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Chris_K] #13427423 02/05/20 02:47 AM
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Poison tail or arky will both work.
I use the poison swing tail and cut the wire from on the bottom. It is easier than bending out the eye. It make a swing tail vibrating jig though. It vibrates alot, but does not have much action on the body. It does hunt like crazy with a fluke or straight tail trailer

Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Chris_K] #13428448 02/05/20 09:27 PM
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I use the casting jig from do it.
The eye is out on front of the head so you have room to open it up for your blade.
I have made and used many and have had no issues.
If you want to slow roll a 1/2 ounce I use turbo blade.

Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Hoghunter36] #13428763 02/06/20 01:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Hoghunter36
I use the casting jig from do it.
The eye is out on front of the head so you have room to open it up for your blade.
I have made and used many and have had no issues.
If you want to slow roll a 1/2 ounce I use turbo blade.

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Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Chris_K] #13437909 02/13/20 03:40 AM
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I tested these out to see what I liked. The casting jig mold I have is a 30 degree eye while my army mold is 60 deg. The casting jig does well, but I prefer the arky myself. I like the action better without the out flaring skirts, which you can see by my toes. I am just learning to tie. I do not sell these, please dont PM me and ask.

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Re: Best mold for jog head [Re: Chris_K] #13468626 03/12/20 01:44 PM
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The Sparkie Head jig mold is the one I use - the version without the weedguard holes...
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