I made these using tungsten beads that you can find in the fly fishing section of gander mtn. and a small size 14 dry fly hook. The smaller one has a size 16 hook. I just bent the end of the hook at about a 45 degree angle and used epoxy to secure the bead. Then I came back after it dried to add another glass bead for a bit of color. They are small and heavy just like I wanted. Tungsten beads arent cheap but Ive got the supplies to make about 20 jigs. It cost me 12$ for the hooks and tungsten beads. So they are around 60 cents a peice compared to wolfram tungsten jigs that are 2.20 apeice. They may not be as nice but im sure they will work. I can also use the same process to make vertical hanging jigs where I could add even beads thus more weight. Im going to pait some with glow paint too.