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How Many Jigs Do You Own?

How many jigs do you own?  

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  1. 1. How many jigs do you own?

    • 10
      12
    • 20
      12
    • 30
      5
    • 40
      4
    • 50
      10
    • 60
      6
    • 70
      4
    • 80
      0
    • 90
      0
    • 100 or more
      25


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Too many to count! I have 6+ sandwich containers full of NorthStar jigs...Let's just say I got hooked for early on.

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I took a guess of about 60 in my personal stash.

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Iv got probably 40 right now.......... for now.............

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I am afraid to count them but I am sure it is well over 100.

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I've got at least 60, and that's 60 too many since Mass banned the use of lead as jig heads. Can use spinnerbaits with lead heads, but not jigs. I'll get to use them, but not on a regular basis. And no, I'm not interested in selling them for pennies on the dollar. :leisures-and-sports-076:

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Zero bass jigs, but keep on hand about 20 bucktails which I use for offshore fishing, inshore fishing and bass fishing. They are so readily available here I don't worry about running out.

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Besides fishing, jigs are fun to collect. I have several NorthStar styles. My favorite right now is their

new Flip & Swim Jig, especially Sexy Shad!

Siebert Outdoors produces very high quality jigs and will custom build just about anything you want.

I think I have some of every style he makes, but the Big O is my favorite.

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I'm guessing close to 1000. I have them from 1/32 oz to 1 oz. in silicone, rubber, bucktail, maribou and craft hair.

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10-12. Have not spent the time I need on them.

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I have 2 3700's stuffed to the gills and at least 150-200 in a cardboard box in my garage most of them are still in te packaging , if someone has a good Sale on jigs I will buy out there stock I color I use

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I'm close to 100...possibly more.....Never counted them to be honest.

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I got really lucky twice when buying jigs. one website had the booyah jigs for .99 each and I bought 60. Another time, the Gambler website had jigs on sale for a buck and i bought another 75. Couple that with the local walmart selling strike king pure poisons for a buck...I bought all 32 they had...I am set. :eyebrows:

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Enough to sink a boat.

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I said 20, but its gonna be more soon because i won a silver medal package jig set through one of Northstar custom baits's facebook contests :D

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I have between 20 and 30 of them. Most are 3/8 and 1/8 ounce.

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A bunch. And when I run out, I'll make more. :eyebrows:

If you count everything from 1 oz. striper jigs to 1/80 oz. panfish jigs, several hundred.

Tom

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Besides fishing, jigs are fun to collect. I have several NorthStar styles. My favorite right now is their

new Flip & Swim Jig, especially Sexy Shad!

Siebert Outdoors produces very high quality jigs and will custom build just about anything you want.

I think I have some of every style he makes, but the Big O is my favorite.

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I make it a habit to hit the small mom & pop tackle shops whenever I'm on a new lake, just so I can see what kind of jigs the local guys make. If I see something cool, I'll buy a few of them.

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