Jig Man

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  1. You got the last yellow diver and the last of the dannys (got one of each size for you). Please PM address and payment option. Thanks!
  2. Got a yellow diver for you and one of each size danny. Please PM address and payment option. Thanks!
  3. Yep, got one yellow for you. Please pm address and payment option. Thanks!
  4. You got them. Please pm address and payment option. Thanks! School bus divers now sold out.
  5. You got them. Please pm address and payment option. Thanks!
  6. 2 divers (yellow and school bus), 2 dannys (one each size) are yours. Please pm address and payment option. Thanks!
  7. Its yours. Please PM address and payment option. Thanks!
  8. Powder paint on the jig head (bake to cure), a little zap a gap on the threads as you are tying them. You can use head cement (like used for fly tying) over top of the threads if you want. I don't get too carried away, you'll loose them before they tear up too bad.
  9. You got it. Please PM address and payment option. Thanks!
  10. Finished up a small batch of my divers. These are just over 6 inches and around 2 3/4 oz. They'll dive 2-4 feet on a normal retrieve, but will dig deeper in current. I've thrown them off the beaches in Rhody, fished the outflow of breachways, and occasionally trolled them from the yak. If you need more depth and are in good current, you can bend the lip up slightly (so it comes more straight out of the nose) and they will hold better and dig deeper. Two colors: school bus and yellow. The dannys were in a box that I came across from a previous sale. All are burple (black over purple). Smaller ones are 5 inches and 1.5 oz, larger are 6 inches and 2 1/4 oz. What looks like bubbles in the finish is just water (photo right after their test swim). Divers are $19 each, small dannys are $17, large dannys are $18/each. $5 shipping/order (I'll combine multiple plugs for one shipping cost). Paypal, check, MO all work. Thanks! Jigman SOLD OUT Photo:
  11. A few suggestions based on what has worked for me. Lose the spinner on the tail, it will kill the action. Use a treble in the tail in its place. Belly hook needs to be about where the weight currently is placed. You'll need weight in at least 2 spots, one front one back. Figure out how much lead it takes to sink your plug at the rate you want it to sink. Split that weight into two sections. One will go up front, close to the nose of the plug, and low in the belly. You can use a rubber band to hold the second slug of lead to the belly of the plug to determine where it needs to go. When you place it in water, the plug should sink flat, or very barely tail down. Adjust the second slug until you get the plug to sink right. Once you have it, drill the hole and insert the lead. When you have it working right, the plug should have a nice S curve when you slowly reel it straight in, and a good side to side glide when you twitch the rod.
  12. Sorry , all gone. Have some others that I need to finish up. Hopefully post those soon.
  13. Camera angle. Both are black with metallic blue on the belly. Thanks!
  14. Yep, you got it. Thanks!
  15. Have a yellow. It is yours. Please PM address and payment options. Thanks! Blue over pearl is #3, it is yours. Thanks!