Vintage Molded Jigs?

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  1. eric perez

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    I found these @ the swap meet... they look pretty cool... the olive with the gold flake looks really good in the sun... Im gonna fish that one for sure... suspended lead strips... original brass rings... weight feels good. Anyone have an idea of when these would have been made? by whom? I dont see any markings...

    THX

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    Interesting.In high school i took a ROP Plastics class.One of my projects was splashing molds off of irons and using casting resin to make the jigs.Without any weight in them they weren't very castable.We added lead like those have just get them to cast.I still have one of them.Those aren't the ones i made though.
     
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    lots of "homies" out there. homemade
     
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    I have one like that that’s glow in the dark. I tried it a couple times fishing seabass at night, killed a few sugar bass but no seabass. It glows really bright, I’ll have to try it again.
    Those are pretty cool, you should try them, they look like they’re made out of bake-a-like or something
     
  5. 2nakiller

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    I just came across these while cleaning the Garage; 8th Grade Metal Shop, Goleta Valley Jr High

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    Everybody keep looking in your garage.
     
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    pacificscout Hey! You got any frozen ice?

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    box fish?
     
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    Troller? o_O
     
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    Not likely. It's a spinner,not a swimmer. LMAO
     
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    found a few more jigs last week... the (2) white ones feel like the same "plastic" material as the original ones I posted here... but the brown and mint ones are some other type of material? I think they might be fiberglass or? They have that weird tinny glass sound when you tap them together. And theyre rock hard. Also found a beater Salas 6X light... one of my favorite colors. Choco mint...

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