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@Jigfishn10:  Happened at Onota Lake here in Pittsfield. The officer was extremely polite. More interested in my license but we got to chatting and I (probably unnecessarily) mentioned it. He was telling me about a dead loon found in one of the local lakes.  Not a mark on it. They actually did an autopsy and found lead weights in its gut.  Interesting, but sad.

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Yeah @GrumpyOlPhartte, that will do it, but I'm not opposed to the law TBH, it costs a little more but it's all good in the hood.

 

I have bought some jigs from Mike in the past and he does do an excellent job, no doubt. I'll have to figure out what I want/need and will have to place an order. We'll see, I've got some time on my hands.

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bico jigs are my favorite jigs, totally different style head then the usual arky and football.

I bet the giant spinner bait would be good for giant smallies

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The head designs are unique, though I'm not sure what problem it solves.  I like the hooks they're using, but at $6 to $9 a jig, I demand wire tied skirts and options for living rubber.

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22 hours ago, J Francho said:

The head designs are unique, though I'm not sure what problem it solves.  I like the hooks they're using, but at $6 to $9 a jig, I demand wire tied skirts and options for living rubber.

i fish a bico pretty much everytime im out on the water, never had an issue with skirts failing, ripping or melting

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I use Keitech tungsten jigs.  Black and blue is my favorite color. They have them at Dick's. Of course you can get them cheaper online.

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