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Vertical Jigs NOW in Stock

Vertical Jigs NOW in Stock

We now have a few vertical jigs in stock, 1 size for now.   In the future their will be many options, testing a few styles as we speak. 

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Peacock Bass Jigs

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Peacock Bass Jigs

After many requests I finally made a few peacock bass jigs. Before I put them on the website I had to go test them. These jigs are 1/8oz.     These jigs will be available very SOON!

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How to make fishing jigs?

How to make fishing jigs?

Hello all,Step 1​: Pour blanksBefore I just throw the hook into the mold and pour, I will pour blanks meaning no hook inside the mold. Pouring blanks allows the mold to heat up so when you put a hook inside the lead will fill the whole mold (Pour on cold mold and the lead might harden to soon which can create the lead to not fill the whole cavity).​Step 2: Place hook into mold than pourOnce you believe the mold is hot enough, place the desired hooks into the mold. Than pour the lead.​​ ​Pour enough jigs as desired before...

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October (Backcountry and offshore)

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October (Backcountry and offshore)

October was a difficult month here in South Florida as the winds gave us practicality no break. Ive fished only a few times once in Chokolosee and once offshore in Miami.    Chokoloskee fishing was a first time for myself, winds blowing 20-25 NE made it interesting. So we traveled up into the rivers and fished the shorelines and moving water around points. When fishing the shoreline, I threw 90% jigs the whole time. But you have to focus on the jig hitting the bottom kicking up mud than jigging it again. Used 3/8oz and 1/2oz jigs to kick the...

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September

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September

Welcome all,   Been a while since I last posted, going to keep up with these blogs. Lets get to it! September off Miami was a very good month for the dolphin, any floating debris held dolphin from undersize schoolies to a few in the 20lb class. Besides the dolphin, their were a few days in September that the wind blew North which set those sailfish off. Talking to many of the charter captains and recreational fisherman, they all said they never seen sailfish so active early. The bait has arrived early maybe had something to do with it. Both...

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