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Old 06-06-2011, 10:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for a new flippin' jig. Been flipping strike king bittsy bugs for years. Great little jig. But thats just it, its little. looking for something with a bigger profile. I really like the rod strainer arkie style jigs but they dont come through bushes as well as I'd like. The booyah flip jigs come through the bushes sweet but the colors aren't my style. I guess I'm looking for a stout, round bend hook, tied rubber skirt, line tie in line with the hook .
Thats what I'm looking for but I'm open to sugestions. Whats your go to flippin' jig for thick bushes and tulies?
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The flippin' jig I use doesn't meet your criteria to a "T" but you need to take a look. Its got the colors, the head shape, and the stoutest hook you've ever seen in a jig. Check out the Dirty Jigs No-Jack Flippin' Jig. I don't think any site sponsors have them but I'm sure you can track them down.
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I have used the no jack flippin' jig and like it for sure. I'm looking to stock up, and those might be what I go with. I just like the look of the bland brown rubber skirts.
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Good deal, I'm glad you've given them a go.
I understand the rubber skirt thing, I used to have all my confidence in them as well. Either way, I hope you get a giant jig fish this year!
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Looking for a new flippin' jig. Been flipping strike king bittsy bugs for years. Great little jig. But thats just it, its little. looking for something with a bigger profile. I really like the rod strainer arkie style jigs but they dont come through bushes as well as I'd like. The booyah flip jigs come through the bushes sweet but the colors aren't my style. I guess I'm looking for a stout, round bend hook, tied rubber skirt, line tie in line with the hook .
Thats what I'm looking for but I'm open to sugestions. Whats your go to flippin' jig for thick bushes and tulies?
Gann`s makes a great jig, killer hand-tied skirt and Gamakatsu hook.

We also make a few heavier Flippin Jigs with 3-D Eyes and Gamakatsu hook.

We provide matching trailers with each jig.

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Old 06-06-2011, 11:39 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Looking for a new flippin' jig. Been flipping strike king bittsy bugs for years. Great little jig. But thats just it, its little. looking for something with a bigger profile. I really like the rod strainer arkie style jigs but they dont come through bushes as well as I'd like. The booyah flip jigs come through the bushes sweet but the colors aren't my style. I guess I'm looking for a stout, round bend hook, tied rubber skirt, line tie in line with the hook .
Thats what I'm looking for but I'm open to sugestions. Whats your go to flippin' jig for thick bushes and tulies?
Gann`s makes a great jig, killer hand-tied skirt and Gamakatsu hook.

We also make a few heavier Flippin Jigs with 3-D Eyes and Gamakatsu hook.

We provide matching trailers with each jig.

D&M Makes Great Jigs as does Pepper Jigs...Both site advertisers!!! I use both for different situations. In the heavier cover I use the Pepper Pro head, comes thru great! For docks and any other cover I use the D&M Jackpot Flipping Jig! Both have a ton of great colors and flat out catch fish!
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Old 06-07-2011, 12:49 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Wadda jig is ideal for flipping/
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Old 06-07-2011, 03:47 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Old 06-07-2011, 07:57 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Check out do it molds. I pour and tie my own. A brush jig is a little more weedless than a arkie and the lead is poured around the hook eye. But bottom line is a bullet jig with a 30 degree hook is more in line and pulls through the grass better than anything.
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