Last time out, I had a lot of trouble getting bites and those I did get were VERY light. I usually use 1/8th oz jigs for both spidering and jigging, but decided to try 1/16th tomorrow. As is my normal procedure, I didn't bother to look in my 1/16th oz jig box.... mainly because I wanted to tie some on light wire jig heads. With the light wire, if you get hung, just pull on it and the hook will straighten out. However, they are still strong enough to lift 2 pound crappie into the boat. Just bend them back and keep fishing. So here are 6 different patterns that I tied 4 each of.
First one is Blue Flash (New Age chenille)
Second is Green Goblin (New Age chenille)
Third one is green apple (New Age chenille)
Fourth one is Golden Carrot
Fifth one is Golden Brown/Orange
Sixth one is Golden Black/Trues
I'll let you know how they work after fishing tomorrow.
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