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I am just starting making jigs and would like to know what the most popular jig would look like. It would help me greatly if you could take 2 minutes to complete this survey(link Below).    Thank You!

 

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I use the jig pictured below for virtually all of my jig needs; casting, flipping and in some deeper applications, even swimming.

 

For me, the need for several different "Types", that include head shapes, designs and weights of jigs is unnecessary.

 

A-Jay

 

 

 

 

 

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Don't forget to add bladed jigs as well, i.e.: Chatterbaits.

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I am just starting making jigs and would like to know what the most popular jig would look like. It would help me greatly if you could take 5 minutes to complete this survey(link Below).    Thank You!

 

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Nice survey, short and to the point!!

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Nice job on the questions, took less than 20 seconds. 

 

Can you post the results in the future? 

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just filled it out, hope it helps you!

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What do you consider a casting or finesse jig? Shaky heads, dart heats, fish heads and Scroungers not mentioned. Bladed jig: tail, under or front blades? Hook size is usually associated with jig head weight or jig type. Too many variables missing to complete this survey.

Tom

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Why make your own jigs?

I just don't have the time to fabricate my own jigs. I just pick from the jig building menu at Sieberts Outdoors and let Mike build what a want at a very affordable cost. Mike's custom jigs look great, heck all his jigs are the highest quality jigs I have seen so far.

I'm so far behind with other stuff to do I just have enough time to rest and go bass fishing.

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Mike's custom jigs look great, heck all his jigs are the highest quality jigs I have seen.

That's why it makes me sad when I lose two of them to rocks.

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Why make your own jigs?

I just don't have the time to fabricate my own jigs. I just pick from the jig building menu at Sieberts Outdoors and let Mike build what a want at a very affordable cost. Mike's custom jigs look great, heck all his jigs are the highest quality jigs I have seen so far.

I'm so far behind with other stuff to do I just have enough time to rest and go bass fishing.

I make my own jigs because I enjoy it and to save money. Since I already have a lead pot, several molds and a couple hundred pounds of lead, I can make my own jigs for about $1.00 each in materials costs. Plus, there's a certain satisfaction in catching fish on lures that I've made.

 

 

 

Tom

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