Hali jigging spoons

Discussion in 'Tackle Talk' started by gatorman841, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. N M Mechanical

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    It does not say I thought you had one:chillin:
     
  2. kcarlson

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    If your going to buy.....BUY ALOT.....because just to buy 1 will cost $6.94....does not pay to have just one shipped....
     

  3. N M Mechanical

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    The 1.5 weighs 1/8
    The 2 weighs 1/4
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  4. N M Mechanical

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    And shipping is 7.95 for one or twenty
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  5. sfw1960

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    ( he gets them on his 'Out West' pheasant trips)

    So tell me then Nick if you don't write off the fuel as a company expense , how much does it cost to go to Brenner's,Gander, Dick's or Al & Bob's???
    :p
    I think that's about 3 gallons of petrol at today's price.
    Besides at $3 a throw compared to a Nils Hali (@ $5-6), you can pay a helluva lot on shipping and still come out OK, provided you're not a cheap bass turd and order TWO.
    :evilsmile

    SO??
    If ya wanna play- ya gotta pay?? TRUE DAT?
    ...I think so....:fish2:

    Oh. FWIW - "we" could go in together on a group buy and order a bunch and split the shipping.
    $2.99X20 Pcs=$59.80+$7.95 S&H= $67.75

    That's $3.39 each.
    :p
     
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  6. chasin tail

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    If these jigs work like the hali jig, Thank you sfw1960. I was introduced to the hali a couple of years ago and has become my go to lure for just about every species, with ice fishing buddies "borrowing" them for a day I have gone through too many at $5 a pop. If anyone has used these I would like to know how they compare.
     
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    You can try to PM "tkpolasek" , but he's not on here very often.
    Helluva stick on walleyes - and when he occasionally beats up "pro" fisherman and laughs it off, he's earned my respect.
    ;)
    Tim is his name. tell him I sent ya!
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  8. N M Mechanical

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    Ordered two each of the glow in the darks. And my point was it was cheap if you buy at least two
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    Shoulda let me know Nick, I would have split S&H with you.
    ;)
     
  10. N M Mechanical

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    When I see them and if they glow there will be a bigger order I am sure
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  11. smallywally

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    Never fished a Hali spoon - do you tip it with a minnow, grub, anise egg? I'll have to give them a try this winter.
     
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    Yes
     
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    I'd say Robert is about 250, give or take a box of twinkies.
     
  14. N M Mechanical

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    Well so he should be our new ice checker this year;)
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  15. sfw1960

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    I'm 235-240'ish Ed (no twinkies , I'm diabetic - SRRY.), and if this *&<$#&^
    herniated disk doesn't get better with PT or a frEEK!N scalpel , I don't know if I'll be risking fallin' on mEyEazz this winter.
    :sad:

    And as far as checking ice , we in the machinist world would call it a "Set up piece".

    :evilsmile

    I used to know this guy that went around foW-fiTTY , he was a helluva "Set up piece".

    :lol: :lol:

    If it ain't 3.5-4" of CONSISTENT clear - I ain't gunna die for a fEEsH dinner.
    I always got SOMETHING in the freezer.
    :p