Tommy Short ties his own jigs for crappie. He “shoots” jigs as small as 1/100 ounce by pinching the hook bend between his thumb and forefinger, pulling the rod into a bow and letting the jig fly free.
Tommy Short ties his own jigs for crappie. He “shoots” jigs as small as 1/100 ounce by pinching the hook bend between his thumb and forefinger, pulling the rod into a bow and letting the jig fly free. COURTESY OF MIKE MARSH
Tommy Short ties his own jigs for crappie. He “shoots” jigs as small as 1/100 ounce by pinching the hook bend between his thumb and forefinger, pulling the rod into a bow and letting the jig fly free. COURTESY OF MIKE MARSH

Angler makes own jigs in bid to catch crappie

April 08, 2015 08:28 PM

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