FISHYBUZZ'S ANSWER TO HIS "SO CALLED MISSING JIGS"

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  1. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    So it seems that Fishy tends to have jigs go missing after his trips.

    Can it be the gazilion trips he's always on and has CRS syndrome. Can it be there is a jig troll that wakes up late at night and hords them for himself. Or is he not telling us that he loses them on fish and seals.

    Well, I think I have come up with a solution to his problem.

    Here you go Fishy.

    Now if we ever see this jig in the belly of a fish or in someone's tackle box, we can safely return it to David.

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  2. fishordie

    fishordie I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Wow Jerry,

    Unfortunately the missing Jigs Fishy claims are lost are actually ones he stole from me over the years.....

    Jamie
     
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  3. Workplacesafety

    Workplacesafety Reducing workplace injuries and illnesses

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    Those are bitchen
     
  4. Soda Pop

    Soda Pop I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Fishy will love those.... Another big hit Jerry....
     
  5. ZHALVAJE

    ZHALVAJE Well-Known "Member"

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    Very cool jerry. David is one of the best I've ever had the pleasure to meet and fish with........

    You da' man Fishy!!!!
     
  6. elreytut

    elreytut elreytut

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    jerr, make him a LUCKY DAVID?
     
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  7. jiggyn

    jiggyn Do you even fish?

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    nice work there oh used one of you remake jigs on an overnighter swam like a bait fish being chased, awesome kick
    unfortunately its now a lip ring to some yellowtail
     
  8. harddrive

    harddrive Wish I Was Fishing!

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    The jigs are in fishy's tackle room. It's there with the thousands of other jigs.
     
  9. The Bushman

    The Bushman The Bushman

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    You know thats going to go straight to his head......lol. Still, very cool!
     
  10. Anglewood

    Anglewood Up to no good...

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    Awesome Jerry, are those a new addition to your lineup, or just a fun little side project? Either way they look great and I am sure that Fishy appreciates it.

    -Connor
     
  11. Fishybuzz

    Fishybuzz fishybuzz

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    Thanks Jerry those are really cool…..now I won't have to "borrow" anymore of Jamie's…... and Bushman get back to work and finish my 2 CX Viper 76's……LOL
     
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  12. Johnny J

    Johnny J Formally INOXicated

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    Come by the booth a DATD and see what else we have done, or he could just post up. :)
     
  13. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I aquired 4 original molds from a jig company from the 70's from Someone in the JRI inner circle.

    Those molds will be used for another project I'm working on. I will post a little later or stop by the anglers choice booth at DATD.
     
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  14. Rauterki

    Rauterki The worst fisherman on the boat

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    Um, I have missing jigs at the end of every trip too (Thought I'd give it a shot)
     
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  15. norcaltunaclub

    norcaltunaclub www.octunaclub.com

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    Very nice. Are those edges offset or is it the camera angle? Either way, they look killer. So Connor and I might have to "borrow" some of those from Fishy for our next trip......
     
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  16. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Yeah the are offset, what's interesting about this mold I got is that it is very similar to the original sea strike 33. Here is one in comparison to an original sea strike 33 when joe pfister owned the company.

    The owner of these molds owned a foundry way back in the day and was also making jigs for other popular names back in the day. I got a bucket of blanks with these molds and there are more molds to be had. Stay tuned.

    Here's a comparison.


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    Back of the packaging
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  17. reel man

    reel man Common sense

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    I like that off set hole.
     
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  18. reellady

    reellady I'd rather be catching TUNA

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    wonderful and unique
     
  19. fishdoggary

    fishdoggary I do what I want Bitch!

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    Wow "Fishybuzz Signature Series JRI Jigs" that is awesome Jerry.

    You scored Fishy!!!

    Jig Troll.... Hmmmmmmm...
     
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  20. poncherello

    poncherello I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Thanks for the kind words guys and gals (reel lady)

    For the boats that are JRI sponsored such as the JRI Intrepid 6 Dayer and JRI sponsored Vagabond 3 Dayer and 8 Dayer, I will make boat jigs for my guests as a souvenir that catches fish. Also a "YT SHOOTOUT" jig for the upcoming BD Yellowtail Shootout.


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