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I got these stuff from army & navy long time ago.

Those are all 1/2 onz, and around twice heavier than normal jigs.

I'm not quite sure that it's proper for steely, but it seems to be good for a deep and fast run.

Any comment will be appreciated~!!

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They might work. :-\ The ones I use have a bigger fluffier tail and a smaller head with a longer hook shank!! :)
 

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most jigs for steelhead would be 1/4 or 1/8oz. those are a little large, but may work in poorer vis, or slightly faster water. they might also be useful for pocket water, with a 12 inch leader. they'd get down in a hurry., only one way to find out! you would not need much split shot.
 

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I've used jigs for steelhead for 10 years or more ........ they are definately irresistable. Here's a few I've used with great success.




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Still no chance to try my jigs!!

Might be this coming weekend...........

I'll fish deep and fast pools around Allison and above.
 

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i've gotta try them,never thought of using jigs for them,those jigs you got there GF look sweet ;D
 

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I also have caught alot of steel on jigs, I prefer jigs tied with a marabou/rabbit strip mixture. Just my preference, it's a confidence thing.

Tight Lines, Wes Roffey
 
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