Jig ID

pacificscout

Hey! You got any frozen ice?
Jul 28, 2012
2,417
1,579
113
Fullerton
Name
Wally
Boat
16ft Scout EMBUSTERO
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Hello BDers',
Any Thoughts on this Jig?
I have had it for years and remember it catching fish in the Channel Isles.
But forgot the name.
Thanks in advance as I will be fishing it soon.
 
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Salty Paul

XIPHIAS GLADIUS
Oct 9, 2016
385
317
63
Bearflag South end
Name
Salty Paul
Boat
Grady White 208 Adventure
Definitely one of a kind, oh a pic might help identify the jig.
 
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Jaysons999

Internet fisherman
Apr 5, 2015
1,926
1,734
113
34
San marcos
Name
Jay
Boat
16' blue fin "paddy sniffer" 18' Starcraft “Ace of Spades”
Definately a II sharp. Love these jigs. Got some called copycats about the size of a tady c and some other models but the copycats are my favorite.
 
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onehottip

Member
May 8, 2006
667
242
43
So cal
Name
Guerms
Boat
18.5 Wahoo cc , Evinrude Etec V6 135 HO
Doesn’t it say hacker on it. They had numbers like 25.
 

tunanorth

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Dec 4, 2005
5,437
3,025
113
By the lake
Name
Tunanorth
Boat
Bass Tracker 16
Isn’t it a hacker jig. Very similar to II sharp. Same era.


Definitely a II-Sharp [2-Sharp], though not the same era as Hackers.
II-Sharp numbering system used ammunition calibers; 22, 45, 38, etc.
Hacker jigs were 50's-60's, with the supply drying up by early 70's.
II-Sharp was 1990's.
 

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