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Hello all, after speaking with Dr. Hook and getting his approval I can now introduce myself as not only a member of Gamefishin but also as a contributing business member, http://www.beeleejigs.com. We look forward to helping meet the needs of fellow fisherman and to help support a great site!

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Jig’n/Brian & Melissa Warnicke
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Those are nice looking jigs, wish I had seen those a couple weeks ago, I just restocked with "brand X" and they switched hooks on me which I'm not to happy about, I really like the owner jig hooks. I'll look you up next time I need to order. Tup:
 

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Nice jigs.

Question - is there any real advantage to inline weights? They seem to be getting more popular but whats the benefit?
 

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Welcome to the sight, those are some nice jigs Tup:
 

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I ordered some jig heads (painted w/cleaned eyes), beads and thread from them last week, very nice stuff and got here about the next day, very good service Tup: and now they have marabou and rabbit....

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Nice jigs.

Question - is there any real advantage to inline weights? They seem to be getting more popular but whats the benefit?
I'm no expert Chuck, but they allow you to cast much further and more accurate and gets the jig to drop quicker, I tried many set ups a couple years ago, and found the inline weights and matching balanced float setup to work much better for me....
 

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Nice lookin jigs...

So nice, I actually just ordered some..

One of these days I'll have to try those weights.. looks pretty interesting.. Tup:

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SportJet said:
Nice jigs.

Question - is there any real advantage to inline weights? They seem to be getting more popular but whats the benefit?
I'm no expert Chuck, but they allow you to cast much further and more accurate and gets the jig to drop quicker, I tried many set ups a couple years ago, and found the inline weights and matching balanced float setup to work much better for me....
What the difference between using those expensive weights or a piece of hollow lead on the mainline with a bead between the know and the lead?
 

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SportJet said:
RiverFishin said:
SportJet said:
Nice jigs.

Question - is there any real advantage to inline weights? They seem to be getting more popular but whats the benefit?
I'm no expert Chuck, but they allow you to cast much further and more accurate and gets the jig to drop quicker, I tried many set ups a couple years ago, and found the inline weights and matching balanced float setup to work much better for me....
What the difference between using those expensive weights or a piece of hollow lead on the mainline with a bead between the know and the lead?
That should work just fine Chuck...
 

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What the difference between using those expensive weights or a piece of hollow lead on the mainline with a bead between the know and the lead?
First off I would like to thank all of you for the warm welcome, and for the great comments. We really appreciate it :p

To answer the above question, one of the advantages of using in-line weights to hollow core lead is that you have no friction,abrasion, or nicks on your line from weights slidding up and down your line, or split shot pinching your line.

The in-line weights are poured by myself and I inspect each and everyone closely to make sure the swivels are securely in place. Also all our In-line weights are made with high quality Rosco swivels.

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Jig'n
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Olybirds said:
Nice lookin jigs...

So nice, I actually just ordered some..
Looks like Jig'n liked what you said cuz now he has that quote up on his site Tup:
 
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