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Hey, placing a order a tackle warehouse. I am wanting to get some new jigs, but can't decide on what brand. What jig from tw would you guys buy? Thanks.

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I'd support the board by using the links

http://www.bassresource.com/fish/advertisers.html

That way BR is supported.

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I think TW carries Bobby's 3/8 oz Evolution Jig.

Otherwise, I fish 1/2 oz GMAN jigs and Micro Munch Tackle jigs.

8-)

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Outcast R.T. and Pro Staff,  Mann's Stone Jig, Stanley Finesse, Not sure if they carry Keitech, but my early experience is positive.

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J Francho I just got a few Kietech's recently, can't use until next year. I usually fix the trailer to the head of the bait, with a drop of super glue does the trailer stay on o.k.? I do like the compact tungsten heads, should get through the weeds a little better despite the Arkie shaped head. I would appreciate your early impressions of this jig. I also have a question for RoadWarrior on the Micro Munch grass jigs in the 3/8 & 1/2 oz sizes does this jig have a good trailer keeper on it? Thanks.

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Evolutions.

I will start using them exculsively in 2009.

They are beautiful jigs.  ;)

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If you insist on limiting my selections  ;)

Strike King Denny Brauer Premier Pro Jig or All Terrain Tackle Grassmaster Jig

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Thanks everyone. I have a couple of Evolution jigs and some Strike King Denny Brauer jigs on their way along with a few other things.

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My favorite jig is a Booyah Baby Boo, but you cannot get them from TW. Other jigs I have done pretty well with are Eakins Jewel Jig, Keitech (they're expensive, but I kid you not when I say they work well) unfortunately I can't afford em at the time  :'(. Terminator Jigs work pretty well too.

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too?  ;)

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too? ;)

Wood, grass, rock, stray molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.... :-X

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too? ;)

Wood, grass, rock, stray molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.... :-X

Same here, one was enough for me. Comes with half a skirt and a wimpy weedguard.

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too? ;)

Wood, grass, rock, stray molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.... :-X

Same here, one was enough for me. Comes with half a skirt and a wimpy weedguard.

All in all I think the jig could be alot better for the price..

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The new design of the Evolution Evo2 jigs are awesome. The skid plate isn't as wide as the 1st series and they actually stand up much better.

The finesse models are hit especially this time of year

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The new design of the Evolution Evo2 jigs are awesome. The skid plate isn't as wide as the 1st series and they actually stand up much better.

The finesse models are hit especially this time of year

Not arguing that. But what good is a stand-up jig if it can't get to the bottom without getting hung up?

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too? ;)

Wood, grass, rock, stray molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.... :-X

Haha glad mine aren't the only ones not looking like they do in pictures. On top of the above mentioned my paca chunk seems to bring it down so it doesn't sit upright like it should i think i needed a bigger sized jig?

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Do those of you using the Evolution jig spend all of your time fishing in swimming pools?

Do they hang up on every piece of wood on you too? ;)

Wood, grass, rock, stray molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.... :-X

Same here, one was enough for me. Comes with half a skirt and a wimpy weedguard.

All in all I think the jig could be alot better for the price..

Exactly, i was very disapointed to see my 8 dollar jigs skirt all messed up and not work as well as some of the cheaper ones i own.

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What model of Evo were you saying was a half a skirt. The finesse models were designed with a thinner skirt material for a smaller profile. the heavy cover Evos have 45 strand skirts. When packaged the skirt is turned to one side so it doesn't get hung up in the clasp. Just adjust the skirt evenly around the color and it should be good to go. As for the hang ups>>??? I never seemed to have a problem with them. The new EVO2 Is a totally new creature.That Jig is the total package. Smaller profile- heavy duty flipping hook. Thicker weed guard- $2.00 cheaper per pack.  Like I said I never had a problem with the Original Evo. I use them every time I go out. Here is a pic of the EVO2

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I don't have the EVO2, but the Evolution jigs

and jig heads I have don't hang anymore than

other jigs I fish. I find them to be topnotch and

I highly recommend them.

8-)

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