Doh, I could have just read the thread title!Its https://buggsfishing.com
They come out of Texas and the guy Heath is a cool dude to deal with.
Here is a set I sent with a buddy to the Turks and Cacios. I tie them for lodges in Mexico as well. Bonefish and permit love them in this pattern and so do redfish. Those are the 3/16oz heads.
No. Those are plastic bead chain that I measure and cut to the width I need. Then I use needle nose pliers to crush the beads in the middle of the 2 outside beads that I will be using for the eyes. Then I'll stiffen the string in-between with some sort of glue, like super glue or something like that and let it dry. Then tie it in, in the middle. Sometimes I don't stiffen the string/cord and just tie it in.Hey Ted, are those lead eyes hiding under the body of that redfish jig? How does that effect the sink rate/profile?
When we first started using them in the late 80’s they were called Skimmer jigs.Where are y'all finding those jigs? I have seen them before, but don't know what they are called or who might make them.
I've got a couple buddies that absolutely love that style of jig, and I've always thought I could make one but never knew where to source the head.