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I'm looking to purchase jigs compatible for MA fishing, 1/4 oz thru 3/4 oz. Would love to find out where I can get a decent assortment of grass, swim and football style heads.

 

Any input you have is appreciated.

 

Thanks JF10.

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Siebert outdoors one of the sponsors on the site made some for me.  Love em.

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Leadfreejigs.com  is located in Massachusetts.     I have not used there product but intend on doing so.

Tungstenfishingweights.com      Located in Maine has good prices on weights.  I have not used.

leadfreejigheads.com      I have not used

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You can't go wrong with Siebert.

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bico jigs, veracity jigs, leadfree bass jigs and boag hog jigs. all local massachusetts companies

 

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This site might be a little better http://www.omfishingsinkers.com/ Largest selection and cheapest tungsten I have seen on the web. This was posted in another BR forum, don't want to take all the credit.

 

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I use Seibert outdoors and have also recently purchased some tungsten jigs from Beast Coast Fishing, they have some real nice tungsten football jigs.  Satisfied with quality and performance of both! IMG_1687.thumb.JPG.a2442120f6366026cc015743bb4ff5fd.JPG

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On 4/11/2018 at 10:51 AM, je1946 said:

Siebert outdoors one of the sponsors on the site made some for me.

Me too ....

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Rocky Ledge Tackle out of New Hampshire has some pretty cool stuff

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On 9/20/2018 at 8:15 PM, DogBone_384 said:

Me too ....

Me three....

 

 

On 9/21/2018 at 12:04 PM, MassYak85 said:

Rocky Ledge Tackle out of New Hampshire has some pretty cool stuff

That guy is still around? I remember buying spinnerbaits from him when he first started

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14 hours ago, Chris186 said:

Me three....

 

 

That guy is still around? I remember buying spinnerbaits from him when he first started

Site is still up and running so I assume so

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$18 spinnerbaits?  Wow.

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On 4/11/2018 at 8:38 AM, Jigfishn10 said:

I'm looking to purchase jigs compatible for MA fishing, 1/4 oz thru 3/4 oz. Would love to find out where I can get a decent assortment of grass, swim and football style heads.

 

Any input you have is appreciated.

 

Thanks JF10.

Jiggy... I swear by Leadfreejigheads.com and have used them for years. Great folks and super service.  Wife's picture is still on the site. Be well my friend.

 

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I have been buying jigs from Ken at leadfree bass jigs. He is ought of Stoughton ,Ma. Great products & service !

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On 9/21/2018 at 12:04 PM, MassYak85 said:

Rocky Ledge Tackle out of New Hampshire has some pretty cool stuff

I buy from them every year at the NE fishing expo in Boxborough, MA. They make an excellent quality product.

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On September 24, 2018 at 11:53 AM, J Francho said:

$18 spinnerbaits?  Wow.

its one spinnerbait, at almost 2 ozs and 7 inches long. Thats a monster of a spinnerbait. The rest of his offerings are in line with typical pricing.

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On 10/13/2018 at 10:47 AM, deaknh03 said:

its one spinnerbait, at almost 2 ozs and 7 inches long. Thats a monster of a spinnerbait. The rest of his offerings are in line with typical pricing.

I see, so more like a cowgirl than a typical bass bait.  Thanks!

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5 minutes ago, J Francho said:

I see, so more like a cowgirl than a typical bass bait.  Thanks!

Not sure what a cowgirl is referencing.

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It's a musky spinnerbait.

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9 hours ago, J Francho said:

It's a musky spinnerbait.

ahhh

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lmao i was just looking at seberts outdoor. and i am making a order of jigs and weights.

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On 10/15/2018 at 8:47 AM, J Francho said:

It's a musky spinnerbait.

Tinsel adorned double bladed inline spinner, but who's counting. Just thinking about a 2 oz spinnerbait hurts my arm. Some guys built these monster spinnerbaits about 6 oz to troll for stripers a while back, didn't last...

 

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Thanks for the reply guys, as it turned out, I never got to fish once this year.

 

I book marked this page, hopefully 2019 will be a different year for me.

 

Thanks a million for the suggestions.

On ‎10‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 8:47 AM, J Francho said:

It's a musky spinnerbait.

That blade configuration on an overhead spinnerbait works great on bass! ;)

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Sorry to hear you didn’t get out. But, on the bright side, you have all winter to select jigs for NEXT spring.  I placed a small order with Siebert for this past summer and was very impressed.  I’m not a jig fisherman - spend a fair amount of time washing them in the lakes but not catching much - but the jig quality and color selection from Siebert is outstanding. By the way, I keep a small kitchen magnet with my gear. Makes it easy to show the local game wardens my jigs and sinkers are tungsten.  The fellow I ran into was impressed that I could show him.

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