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Stand Up Jig
Stand up and take notice, Walleye
fishermen. This jig lives up to its name. When dropped to the
bottom, the lure will stand up with its hook poised for a strike.
The wide, flat foot slows the jig's descent. That can keep the
lure in the strike zone of suspended Walleye longer than faster
falling jigs. The heavy-diameter version of the Stand Up Jig
is made to accept the strong O'Shaughnessy hooks. Saltwater fishermen
prefer the slow falling design of this flat-footed jig. Use a
corrosion resistant hook if you're heading into saltwaters.
Way to read the pull down is as follows:
1st four #'s followed by * is the model #, then the rest is the
# of cavities the mold has and what size that cavity is in oz.
to the Do-It Jig Molds Page by clicking here.
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