Bass Fishing Jig

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Intro: Bass Fishing Jig

This instructable shows how to make a great bass fishing lure!

Step 1:

What you will need:

- 6 Rubber bands (any color)
- 1 hook
- Fishing line
- Alot of hands

Step 2: Cutting the Rubber Bands

Cut the rubberbands and strech them a little bit.

Step 3: Putting It Together

You will need alot of hands for this one. Have someone hold the lure around the hook and tie the fishing line around the hook and the lure four times.

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    14 Discussions

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    drangern

    5 years ago

    Good idea, however, making a Safety Pin Spinnerbait with a popcan blade or a homemade handcarved lure is much easier as well as fun.

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    drangern

    5 years ago

    Good idea, however, making a Safety Pin Spinnerbait with a popcan blade or a homemade handcarved lure is much easier as well as fun.

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    drangern

    5 years ago

    Good idea, however, making a Safety Pin Spinnerbait with a popcan blade or a homemade handcarved lure is much easier as well as fun.

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    drangern

    5 years ago

    Good idea, however, making a Safety Pin Spinnerbait with a popcan blade or a homemade handcarved lure is much easier as well as fun.

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    drangern

    5 years ago

    Good idea, however, making a Safety Pin Spinnerbait with a popcan blade or a homemade handcarved lure is much easier as well as fun.

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    beameron

    8 years ago on Introduction

    hhhmmm. I didt catch THAT much fish with it. I did cached like 2 small perches. 

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    mike256

    8 years ago on Introduction

    You could use an egg loop, and then you wouldn't need a lot of hands maybe. :D

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    timwest95

    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is pretty cool, considering how expensive(and easily lost) plastic worms are. I would tie the rubber bands to the hook using different line from the one you were fishing with(or use fly-tying thread), though, so you don't break your line.