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Two-Toned Crappie Style Jig
Tools / Materials Needed
  • Jig Head: Daiichi 4660 Size 4 Hook
  • 6mm Hemmatite Bead
  • 1/2" Flat Head Pin
  • Thread: White 6/0 Tying Thread
  • Tail: 1 White Marabou Plume & 1
    Darker Colored Marabou Plume
    (Bright Purple pictured)
  • Flash/Accent: Krystal Flash Pearl
  • Body: Medium Chenille, (Glo-Brite
    Pearl/White)
  • Marker: Permanent Marker To Match
    Darker Colored Feather
#1
Tie in thread base. Insert
pin through bead. Tie pin
onto hook.
Two-Toned
Tutorial created by JigCraft member: JoJoPro
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Two-Toned
#2: Tie in darker (top) feather.
Tie down stem of the feather to
hook shank to give a thicker
body. Cut off excess feather.
Return thread to near hook
point/barb.
#3
Tie in white, (under-body), feather.
Tie down stem of the feather to
hook shank to give a thicker body.
Cut off excess feather. Return
thread to near hook point/barb.
#4
Tie in two strands of
Krystal Flash on each
side of the jig.
#5
Tie in strand of chenille.
Advance thread towards
head of jig.
#6
Wraps chenille up the shank
of the hook towards the head
to create the body. Tie off the
chenille just behind the jig
head. Trim off excess
chenille. Whip finish.
#7
Color top half of chenille body with
permanent marker.