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Discussion in 'Hard Water Discussions' started by ballast, Jan 9, 2017.
I'm gona try to make one. Tungsten chandelier jig. Looks cool
Needs a paint job and a trebble hook
That looks deadly!
Isn't the hook going to be on the opposite end as the one pictured?? On that one the hook is connected to the metal loop part of the swivel on the pointed part of the weight and the ball part of the swivel is on the wide part of the weight. Not sure if it would affect action but I think it's opposite as the one pictured
I flipped it and made a new one tonight. I noticed that too.LoL
Good perch rig!
I made these last year. I haven't tried them yet. Put the propeller on to give it some flash. The propeller turns on the rise and fall. I tested them in the aquarium and they look like they should work. I'd show you but I can't figure out how to upload the video from my phone.
The idea is right....this was just some junk i had laying around. But its amazing easy to make lures
I made this spoon last night. I need a bigger split rig. But u get the idea. Wow...with the right equipment you can manufacture these for super cheap.