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    A friend of mine from the Hawian Islands sent me some sample jig heads he makes. I promised to do some up and post some pics here and there . True to my word here they are. Please excuse my humble work.
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    Wow! I've never seen jigs like those. Nice job on them! The one does remind me, though, about the only jig head I DO use are the "Wobble-jigs". Usually unpainted, and tipped with a minnow or crawler--- not much artistry there, eh? Real nice stuff, toad! Best---- JoeW

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    bet they would beat up some walleye
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    Humble indeed! Very nice work.
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    I'm in the process of setting up my old shop digging through boxes of stuff tucked away hear an there. Found my IWATA air brushes and my powder paint air brush. That will mean unusual paint jobs. Thanks for the compliments I'm a little rusty crusty and slow these days.
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    Looked at them again I bet they would catch a lake trout off a hump I want a couple [:
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    He only sent me a few sample heads. Send me your address . I'll see what I can do.
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    Wow, thanks they just look like a fat laker trout would chomp it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dugger View Post
    Looked at them again I bet they would catch a lake trout off a hump I want a couple [:
    P.M. sent got you covered
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    Great looking jigs! I bet them would put some crappie on the stringer. Great job buddy.
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