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Do-It grass jig mold would be my first choice.

 

Allen

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I second the grass jig. I have the Trokar swim pro but I'm not a fan of the mold for swim jigs. I use it to make heads for bladed jigs. 

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I will echo Munkin and Bluebasser86, the grass jig is a very good swim jig. I use the Trokar Pro Swim Jig for bladed jigs as well just like Bluebasser86 does.

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I made this with the grass jig mold.

 

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15 minutes ago, Booneangler18 said:

What size eyes fit in the mold Munkin?

Not sure off hand but if you look the mold up at Do-It they should be listed.

 

Allen

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The grass jig mold (used to be called the "casting jig") makes my favorite all around bass jig. I make them with a wire weedguard, a 5/0 medium wire mustad 32724 or a 4/0 heavy wire 32886, and an extra wire trailer keeper molded in, and then I file a flat spot on the bottom of the head to stabilize them a bit for bottom fishing. Wire tie with living rubber and you've basically got an improved booza bug. Anyway, it's a great mold (makes great spinnerbaits too with a little modification).

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On ‎3‎/‎7‎/‎2019 at 11:01 AM, SissySticks said:

The grass jig mold (used to be called the "casting jig") makes my favorite all around bass jig. I make them with a wire weedguard, a 5/0 medium wire mustad 32724 or a 4/0 heavy wire 32886, and an extra wire trailer keeper molded in, and then I file a flat spot on the bottom of the head to stabilize them a bit for bottom fishing. Wire tie with living rubber and you've basically got an improved booza bug. Anyway, it's a great mold (makes great spinnerbaits too with a little modification).

You need to try the new Gamakatsu swim jig hook over the 32886 Mustad. I really like Mustad hooks but this is such a sharper hook that I will not be buying anymore 32886 hooks.

 

Allen

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