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just got my order of 11 jigs in yesterday...ordered last saturday. took less than a week. amazing.

I ordered a 3/4 oz bluegill swimjig as i wanted an upsized gill that i could put a shell cracker on and swim it through nasty stuff. anyone else ever upsize their swimjigs?

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Thank you Kyle!!

 

Shoot me over some pictures when you can of some fish.

 

Once in awhile I'll throw a big swim jig. 

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I been purchasing Mike's Jigs since the holiday sale in all sizes and colors. I went from 3/8, to 1/2, to 3/4 & 1oz. I missed the 1/4oz. I been buying all the different ones too. I know once I teach my two sons how to use jigs my jigs will get good use. Dad will buy more. After showing them a new lure they fish it better than I do with equal success. That's what I enjoy watching others catch fish on lures too.

Btw, I went back to Mike now for all the 1/4oz. Jigs too.

Hmmmm a bluegill swim jig I think I need those too.

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As soon as I find a trailer that works, the pike will eat mine and I'll order more.

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I don't see any larger jigs for northern pike or Muskies?

Even the larger chain pickerel would like to chew on them too.

Now I'm thinking we use so many different colored lures in topwater and crankbaits why don't we use the brighter colors in jigs too? My bomber crankbaits come in redapple craw, green craw, Brown craw etc. Do you think the bait manufacturers are trying to tell us something with all the craw colors? Mike made me some red jigs and chartreuse colored jigs to try. They look great. I think the bluegill color will be a hit too. It's a fact that big bass eat bluegill all the time not just on the holidays.

I noticed when the bite slows down with other lures to first upsize. Then change colors so the bite will continue. I'm wondering if the same tactic will work with jigs too. If it works with inline spinners and crankbaits it has to work with jigs too.

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