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jig

A mechanical device used to maintain a stable, correct relationship between a piece of work and a tool, or between components during assembly.
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Wrapping from the front of the jig to the back, take the strand around the groove and then back to the other end.
Allow glue to dry thoroughly - for at least several hours - before using the jig.
The tube's end rings, mirror-cell back, and hinged tube rings, are shaped from industrial-grade sheet PVC plastic using jigs.
All of my jig poles are between 24 to 42 inches in length, and I use both bait-casting (conventional) jig rods - those with an offset real seat - and spinning rods with straight handles.
The heart of IBAS is the numerical control (NC) locator, a computer-controlled jig system that can be programmed to accommodate any of the vehicle types in the Nissan line.
If banks are a bust, Morrow tightlines 3 to 4 inches off bottom with a double-jig rig comprised of 1/8- and 1/4-ounce jigs tied 14 inches apart (heavy jig on the bottom), tipped with the same softbaits he uses when slipbobbering.
Finesse jigs are the junior partners of the jigging world, and some of them really are flyweights, weighing as little as Vs ounce, about the weight of a crappie jig, though they carry bigger hooks and more skirt volume.
Just clamp the jig to your benchtop, hook up the air, lay the fixture on top, and throw the "switch" that turns on the air flow into the clamp.
Now you can send jigs to a professional organisation who offer fast turnaround times, good quality cleaning and who take environmental responsibilities seriously.
In fairly snag-free settings Leonard opts for a 1-ounce jighead; he favors Lindy's now-discontinued Jumbo Fuzz-E-Grub, but other slender, heavy, plastic-tipped jigs can suffice.
Of special note are the informed and informative chapters on how to make your own jigs and on fishing lead jigs in the ocean for salmon.