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Mixing Skirt/jig Colors

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Just spent an hour figuring out if I should reorganize my jigs by color and size or by size and head type. I've run out of space in my one box so I'm mixing my black and blues and green and browns. Do you think my skirt colors will bleed onto one another?

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Jig skirts, No.  Trailers maybe!

 

Jeff

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Sounds like you need an additional box.

 

A-Jay

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Mike Seibert owes me at least 3 plano boxes, his jigs have taken them over!  :laugh5:

 

In all seriuosness, I agree with A-Jay, nothing wrong with multiple boxes for your jigs.  I sort mine by weight and head shape.

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I've never heard of silicone or rubber skirt material bleeding.  I have a mixed bag of them also even though I do my best to keep them seperated by color and weight.

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I try to keep my jigs separated by size, head and color in a 370 box. I only fish 3 different colors now. But I have been advised by a very knowledgeable person.....whose opinion I respect.....that I should expand my color selection. That is going to mean another jig box.

I hate to be looking for a size,head or color while fishing. Keeping them sorted makes the day better.

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