a tribute to jeannajigs

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never believed what she said until i saw this..fastforward it to around 40 seconds and wait till about 50-52 seconds.. this is insane

YouTube - Fish Eats Duckling
 
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Ah yes a "tribute" thread! All hail Jeanna, the best jig tier there ever was! Sucks at fishing them but she sure can tie em!
 
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lol its a carp too i didn't know that was possible
 
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maybe he thought the yellow duckling was a big piece of corn LOL
 
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maybe he thought the yellow duckling was a big piece of corn LOL

i guarantee it didn't actually eat the duck, the chances of that are approximately -6.
 
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i guarantee it didn't actually eat the duck, the chances of that are approximately -6.

i know. it's mouth wasn't big enough just sucked the little guy under and gave him a big scare :lol:
 
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I actually feel more sorry for the fish because you know duckling doesn't taste good, what with all the fluffy feathers and all...

Maybe though, a carp fly could be tied with duckling feathers? Could be the new thing and an amazing new direction for carp enthusiasts...
 
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hahaha, Carp don't have teeth, but they will suck you to death.

I had something to say about that but ima refrain. I've seen some massive carp cruising around, I bet they could pull the ol' moby dick and just swallow one whole, and then swim around with a duckling just chillin in their cavernous bellies.
 
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Yeah okay, get your mind out of the gutter. hahaha.
I do believe Carp are somewhat Carnivorous.
 
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Lets cut one open and find out. Safety goggles will be required though...

Safety first! I have full face shields at work for exposure prevention when I'm in the lab, I'm not gonna touch a carp, but if someone wants to, I can hook 'em up with some facial safety.
 
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