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I make my own. Favorite is a 1/2oz brush jig. 

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1/2 oz flipping jig with a good sharp hook at a good price. I am not brand loyal.

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That's a tough one I throw so many, and love any jig, because I frieken love jigs! :respect-059:

 

But if I had to choose, it would be a Skinny Bear Football jig...Black Angel Football jig is a close second. 3/8ounce

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Terry Oldham's Eye Max ;)

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Tie them all myself...footballs, poisons, hair.....its fun and satisfying

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Siebert Outdoors brush jig... 1/4 and 3/8. I really like the bluegill color and in the Spring through the shad spawn a shad color. At night black/red.

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Anything black and blue.

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I like the Hart Tackle Justice jigs. They are good for the price.

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I love Siebert jigs when I get them.  Problem is that once I've put them in the 'jig box', I have a hard time telling most of them apart.  So when I catch a fish with one, I am very challenged trying to figure out who made it -- unless it's a skirt that I did....my wire ties skills are rudimentary and the sloppiness is evident to me...fortunately not to the fish  :)

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I make my own. Favorite is a 1/2oz brush jig. 

 

 

I throw his! ;)

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I love Siebert jigs when I get them.  Problem is that once I've put them in the 'jig box', I have a hard time telling most of them apart.  So when I catch a fish with one, I am very challenged trying to figure out who made it -- unless it's a skirt that I did....my wire ties skills are rudimentary and the sloppiness is evident to me...fortunately not to the fish  :)

 

Pretty much the same here.  I have one big box of jigs and 90% are various brands, mostly SK.  I purchased some Siebert jigs this summer and love them.  Sometimes I will reach in and grab a color and not necessarily know if it is a Siebert until it is on the line.

 

Now that I know of Siebert jigs, all future jig (and Spinnerbaits) purchases will be from Siebert.  For the quality, it is hard to beat $4 jigs and $5 Spinnerbaits IMO.

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Strike king jigs work great for me!

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For the last few years I have only used Siebert Outdoors jigs (in custom colors).

 

Top quality stuff for sure.

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I really like the hack attack jigs. However, the zero gravity jigs that i just got in this month's MTB look amazing and the slow fall rate has me really intrigued. I cannot wait to get them wet. 

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I really like the Hart Jigs you can find in the Bass Pro bargain bins.  They were $1.50 a few years ago. I think they are close to $2.50 now.  They are pretty nice jigs for a decent price. For $1.50 they were amazing. I dug through the bin for about 20 minutes a few years ago to get all the Green Pumpkin Blue jigs. Found about 15 or so.  Glad I still have some of them, cause I cant find that color in the bin anymore

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The Baby Boo. I've had a lot of fun learning to fish a jig this year and these little jigs have been great to learn with.

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The ones I make. Right now my favorite is of the "mop jig" type with silicone mixed in and hand tied with a matte finish paint job on the head.

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Dirty jigs for me. I won't use anything else and especially their no-jack punchin and flipping jigs. Great for the nasty stuff.

I love dirty jig's idea on multiple shades of basic color jigs. But none of them are hand tied and no living rubber mixed in. Pretty much the only reason why I started making my own.

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Right now I am using dirty jig's but After reading this topic, I have a feeling I will be trying out a few Siebert Jig's.

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All Terrain jigs are what I am going to. I used to make all my own jigs and they did great, but honestly I like theirs better than mine anyway, and for $3.00 its hard to argue... I still make a few custom colors, but most are the AT jigs...

 

Mitch

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I see youre from the delta area.Check out the TNT baits wadda jig. Designed on the CA delta by locals who fish it all the time.

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