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Hello,

     I am going to start making my own jigs and only have enough money to make one type. I want to know if you could use only one type of jig for catching largemouth, which would you suggest? 

Thank you for your input. 

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Weedless brush head.

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I like a brush jig but an Arky is probably a better all around head.

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44 minutes ago, Bluebasser86 said:

I like a brush jig but an Arky is probably a better all around head.

I think you're probably right.  There are places I'll throw an arky that I won't throw a brush.  However, an arky would work fine jut about anywhere I'd throw a brush head.

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Just a thought, before you invest in lead pouring have you considered just purchasing plain jig heads then painting and tying your own skirts? You can get a painted Grid Iron Arky (one of my favorites) from Seibert Outdoors for $ 1.65 each in the weight and color of your choice (or unpainted at $ 1.25 each). Then go to a place like "Fishing Skirts" to get your skirt and wire tying material. That way you are not locked into one jig head style.

 

To answer you original question, I would choose an Arky head for best all around presentation.

 

 

grid iron arky.jpg

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