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I made this out of 4 standard skirts. I’m guessing around 200 strands total. Looks like a sea urchin underwater. I’m looking forward to trying it out. Anyone else tried a jig like this?9C99DCF2-FA5D-48AF-AC27-24F586345457.jpeg.1a02770b73b28f9af9cf306973426a77.jpeg616D01D7-2122-4BB7-9C82-0CD33A2AEB64.jpeg.94c060a41f468495daa6956d19e54f46.jpeg9C63C97C-4B41-4BE5-A024-1FAF227BAA79.thumb.jpeg.ba1e7aa751934dabb2f91a4ac4727943.jpeg

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I've made some pretty thick mop jigs. Use fine cut skirt to make lots of strands but still able to move well. This one is almost all fine cut round rubber.

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

I've made some pretty thick mop jigs. Use fine cut skirt to make lots of strands but still able to move well. This one is almost all fine cut round rubber.

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Have you ever laid silicone over rubber?

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1 hour ago, Harold Scoggins said:

Have you ever laid silicone over rubber?

Yes, I've mixed the 2 before, it works well but it's kind of a pain.

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I like the additional strands and really like the round rubber in the way they react in the water, but I always found them to be a bit of a pain casting them. Seem like the added strands catch way too much air...could just be me though.

 

All of them posted here look great tho! :)

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You ask questions on this topic Sunday and post results on Monday!

Tom

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19 hours ago, WRB said:

You ask questions on this topic Sunday and post results on Monday!

Tom

Just hoping to find a way to make more without using up 3-4 replacement skirts!

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