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By Shannon - Posted on 06 April 2009

Our online store is now open! Currently, we offer custom hand-painted jigs that will only be available from Please take a moment to view our store and continue to check back for future additions.

To visit the store, click on the tab at the top of the screen that says 'Store' or click here to visit our online crappie store<.

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Do you powder coat?

Make It Count!!! <><

Ray's picture

Hey Longhunter. We tried the powder coating and were not satisfied for 2 reasons. First we were really looking at chipping paint and the powder coat seemed to chip if the Jigi bumped the boat or when we poked the jig out of brush with the tip of the pole. Second and just as important, the powder coat did not work well with the glitter that gives the crappie101 jig its appeal.
We have had the current product in field testing for several months and we love it. Our goal when we started out was to make a jig of higher quality than you could buy at any retail store. These jigs hold their color longer than any I have ever seen and the glitter just gives you greater coverage of the color spectrum.
Give them a try. If you do not like them for any reason just return them and I will give you your money back. That is our guarantee.
Thanks for your continued support of the site. You are a valued member here and we appreciate your feedback and support.


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