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Create your jig here. You choose the colors, hook type and many other options. There is great satisfaction in catching fish on the lure you created. If your pattern catches my eye and we put it in our banana jig store we will give you the opportunity to name it.
DESCRIPTION OF OPTIONS:
JIG SIZES: Each jig head offers its own variety of sizes.
HOOK TYPES: Aberdeen wire hook: is used in fresh water settings where trash in the water is going to hook you up. The hook is made so that it will bend under pressure to release it. Then you straighten the hook and fish again. Commonly used for
pan fish, bass, and walleyes. Blood Red hook: an Aberdeen wire hook with a blood red coating. Some fisherman, believe that the red hook is a trigger to the fish.
O’Shaughnessy sea guard hook: A forged hook with a tin coating to protect it from the salt water. The forged hook does not bend as easily but if you are looking for huge fish the largest hook you can get is the best.
Gamakatusu 114: This hook is used in most freshwater situations when you want the best hook possible. I t cost a little more but is extremely sharp and will have much less tendency to bend.
Gamakatsu 604: This hook is of heavier wire. This is the one you want if you’re after the fish of a lifetime. Peacock bass, huge Strippers etc.
JIG HEAD AND BUCKTAIL COLORS: Choose your top and bottom Bucktail colors. If you can't quite make what you want put a note in buyers notes and we will see what we can do.
COLLAR THREAD COLOR: Choose the color of thread or just leave it up to us.
SURROUNDING FLASH: We are now using krinkled mirror flash to surround the jig. Usually about 10 to 12 strands on top and bottom to accent the jig with flash.
GLOW COAT AND GLOW STRANDS: A coat of glow paint is added over the colors
above. Then strands of glow fiber added to surround the Bucktail. This gives a great
undulating profile in the water. NOTE: I do not recommend putting the glow option over dark colored jigs. It detracts
from the jig colors and does not glow very well.
SWITCH-A-BLADE SPINNER. A spinner is added to the bottom of the jig just behind the jig head. It is attached with a swivel and snap. This gives the fisherman the option of changing spinner blade options.
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