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From George:


"I remember seeing my first bass jig as I watched my dad tying hair on a hook on our kitchen table. Several of my uncles would often join my dad as he poured jigs from a mold they created from scratch. After hand-painting the bodies, they would use dyed polar bear hair to finish the lure, which they called a 'doll fly.'


When I first began working as a firefighter for the Nashville Fire Department, I became interested in making my own lures. With the help of several firefighters, I’ve been making my own jigs, spinner baits, and buzz baits ever since. I might have retired from fighting fires after 37 years, but my passion for creating fine jigs continues today."