Steelhead Jig Swap. Oh No's!

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by JesseC, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. Blake Harmon Active Member

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    Done as well, they will be on their way in the morning.
  2. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Sneak preview Blake?
  3. Blake Harmon Active Member

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    Hopefully this isnt enough to pop some purist cherry if he catches a glimpse :X
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  4. tediousthumper Hello My name is Thad and Im addicted to flyfishin

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    JUst because I'm a round head fiend I thought I should input a thought, I noticed some of you are talking about painting your heads. And if you havn't yet you should try powder coating instead. Its simple easy and can be done with no extra tools needed. Pro-tec has a huge selection of cheap powder coat paint for jig heads.
    And Blake your round heads look like hatchery fish killers
  5. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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  6. JesseC Active Member

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    Thad - I cried a little bit when you didn't jump on this swap!
  7. JesseC Active Member

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    Mumbles - There is something honestly disturbing about this post. Honestly man! Too funny bro.
  8. Annie Rutherford Washington Native

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    I was inspired by your filth so here is a picture of my latest filthy creation using the Pro-tec powder

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    Thanks for the tutelage Thad.:beer1:
  9. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Dirty jigs have been delivered! Can't wait to see what you guys have come up with.
  10. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Ladies and gentlemen, the Crusty Tubesock:

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  11. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Combining jigs and plastic is one thing....adding plastic to a regular hook is disgusting!



    I like it.
  12. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    The scandalous part is the use of glo bug yarn in place of marabou. Glo bug yarn has some... advantages.
  13. orangeradish Bobo approved

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    Dammmmmmitttttt. Way too late to the party. I laughed my ass off. Do you guys send them in a plain brown wrapper? Hide them under the mattress? Do your wives/GFs know? Are you sure the jigs are over 18?
  14. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    It's been brought to my attention that this site doesn't condone nudity, but doesn't shy from it either, therefore, I must reveal the "TomBeeStewDee".


    Please, before scrolling down, send your wife and children out of the room and make sure you haven't recently ingested anything.

























































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    Part of the fleet ready to FSU!
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  15. JesseC Active Member

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    How long do those take to tie up? Looks nice! I like the plastics...
  16. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    step one 1: slide conehead and worm on to hook
    step 2: tie on glo bug yarn and flash
    step 3: ????
    step 4: steelheadz
  17. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    You're a nasty man Evan.

    So question, I was thinking of going the plastics route with mine, but couldn't figure out how to tie it to the shank without distorting the worm. And if you don't tie it in, I would be afraid it'd slide off. How did you secure it to the shank? I gotta try me some! :thumb:
  18. Bob Jones Still truckless now farther away

    I'm half done and none of you are going to beleave these even after you get them. I had to use what I had here and there was lots of choice but nothing suit able for Jigs SO mine are kind of sort of Jig a mops. and You may certainly fix them or alter them or paint them or throw them as in 'away.' good luck!! Ooh!!you can use them if you really want to. Don't bother sending them back.
  19. JesseC Active Member

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    Looking forward to seeing what you came up with Bob!
  20. Ben Guss Member

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    Jesse,

    You should get mine today or tomorrow.

    Thanks for organizing this one!

    Ben