making your own jigg heads

  Hi all what i am looking for is information on what jig heads size we all use for fishing between (30/80m)  ???

 

  question 2 is where can i bye the molds to make my own ,i had a site and didnt save it ,and i carnt find it again

 

  all so a site where i can find the molds to make the (flick bait i think) tails to fit the same jig heads ,i have the 130mm but i would like the 150/180mm tails ??

 

  any info would be a great help

 

 

 

                                                     jeff


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Barlows

Sat, 2011-06-04 09:52

http://www.barlowstackle.com/

These guys may have what you are looking for. Ordered from them myself with no problems at all.

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WA based manufacturer and supplier of premium leadhead jigs, bucktail jigs, 'bulletproof' soft plastic jig heads and XOS bullet jig heads.

Jigs available NOR at Shorecatch, Bluewater Joondalup/Myaree/Morley or online in my web store!

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Jig size

Sat, 2011-06-04 10:05

On a good day drift wise (under 1 knot) I have been using 2oz-3oz jig heads in 50m and if the drifts picks up a 4oz. If I can't get that to the bottom I don't bother to use plastics.

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Has anyone seen a mould for

Sat, 2011-06-04 10:11

Has anyone seen a mould for elevator style heads?

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UK-HOOKS

Sat, 2011-06-04 12:05

I got my grapnell sinker moulds from these guy's, easy to deal with and he checked in with me to make sure i got my order.

http://www.uk-hooks.com/index.php

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making your own jigg heads

Sat, 2011-06-04 14:01

  thank you all very much  for help and i can see spending a bit of money on this new hobby

 

            jeff

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Check out

Sat, 2011-06-04 14:32

Jeff , check out my thread on grapnel sinkers. After advice from another member i bought a Lee Lead furnace pictured further down the thread.

It has made it a lot quicker , easier and safer. Best thing i got for making sinkers.

I,m making some right now. lol

Cheers Grant

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 grantarctic1, i just had a

Sat, 2011-06-04 14:38

 grantarctic1, i just had a look and thats a great set up mate ,you got that down to a tea

 

                  jeff

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Thanks jeff

Sat, 2011-06-04 16:34

Just ask if you need any info .

Grant