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Need 5-6” paddle tail recommendation

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13 hours ago, jsbergen said:

Hey can you tell me what jighead that is? I like the placement of the eye on the jighead for casting purposes. 

It's a standard do it bullet head jig that I modified to accept a larger hook. I use mustard 34185's for smaller stuff. It's a great head design for casting from sure. Dan Tinman sells a very similar design. 

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1 hour ago, GoneCoastal said:

It's a standard do it bullet head jig that I modified to accept a larger hook. I use mustard 34185's for smaller stuff. It's a great head design for casting from sure. Dan Tinman sells a very similar design. 

Good stuff:)

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I’m really like Joe Baggs patriot fish. Bigger profile and his jig heads are tough to beat. Big tough hooks with a large barb to hold bait in place.

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Riptide mullets.    They are skinny and truly soft. They get down deep

 and fast. You can fish a lighter jig head than you would need for other baits. They really shine when you need subtle twitches but you can burn them too.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Steve_M said:

Try to contact  Elias V. He has some real nice  paddle tail shads. All the other ones they  mentioned are good too.

Nice:howdy:

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On 9/8/2019 at 6:59 AM, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

I like these hurleys, 

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Just curious in your pics of the jig heads are the cans used in any way to make the heads??

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13 hours ago, codfish said:

Just curious in your pics of the jig heads are the cans used in any way to make the heads??

They provide the motivation, probably not much towards the lead

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