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Gill jigs #13573619 05/28/20 02:06 AM
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Figured I would share, Here is a look at some of my jigs I use for gills an shell crackers they do produce fish for sure, These are made by Grizzly Jig company, Hook size # 8 and 1/80 oz and 1/32 oz I have been really impressed with these jigs an they have a ton of color selection, You wont be disappointed. I have a 1/32 oz on my 11ft B&M ultra light rod, An also have a 7ft ultra light B&M I use with a jig an slip bobber set up.

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Re: Gill jigs [Re: Ricky87] #13573845 05/28/20 12:07 PM
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Nice jigs and nicely done! woot

Re: Gill jigs [Re: Ricky87] #13574200 05/28/20 05:23 PM
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Nice baits. Always a good feeling when you can catch a fish on a bait you have made.

Re: Gill jigs [Re: Ricky87] #13574661 05/29/20 01:06 AM
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Great group of baits- favorites? or do you vary for conditions of water clarity, species beds, vegetation? Different reels for 7 & 11 footers?


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Re: Gill jigs [Re: Ricky87] #13574726 05/29/20 02:12 AM
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I go by water clarity on color. All reels same on both reels I like them under a float best I use the 1/32 when fishing grass an or pads.


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Appreciate the reply, Ricky
I enjoyed using similar jigs (when worms not available) when bank fishing as a kiddo with cane pole in canals in Sarasota, Fla. What a blast. Mostly chartreuse (green and/or yellow)


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Love your baits. Nicely done. hooked


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Thanks for the heads up! May have to try them!


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Thanks for sharing Ricky. Good looking jigs/ thumb

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