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3rd grade jig tying

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After my daughter read my post on making jigs she wanted to give it a try. We sat down at the bench and I showed her how to set up, attach the thread, and wrap the feathers. I gave her a couple bags of feathers and some painted jig heads and turned her loose. It will be fun reeling in the big one this summer on a jig that she tied herself!

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I am impressed. She picked out some nice color combos. I hope she manages to slay a few trophy fish on them.

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Thats so cool that she took a interest into what dad is doing, and they turned out really nice for a first time. I wish some of mine would have looked that good the first time around.

I can't get my son to help me with anything, or take interest in anything that doesn't involve electricity or has blond hair (he's 17).

LM90

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great job . when she catches a fish on them i wounder who will be hooked more, her or the fish .

there is nothing like catching fish on something you made yourself. my grandson probably will take over my vice one day when im not looking .

this is a few years old but non the less look at the smile on his face

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way to go, NICE job!!! I'd like to get mine to look that good

and I'm 52 years old, I know those will catch fish, you should

take em to school for show and tell..

J.

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