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I've got a coupla thou environmentally safe bismuth-tin jig heads to donate to legitimate organizations or programs. Sizes from 1/32, 1/16, 1/8 round with barb and tapered tube. I've switched production to technically sharpened hooks and these are left over "classic" Mustads. Or I can let them go really cheap to re-sellers. Main thing is getting them out there and keeping lead out of our water.
 

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Cancun, because quantity is limited, I think I will consider charitable causes, clubs, and individuals in that order. I think there is an onsite email link for anyone wishing to contact me privately.
 

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There is a local club that I heard about at the Walleye Expo last weekend called 1-on-1. They take kids fishing. If you want Ill get you the info when I get home tonight.

-Jay
 

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Jay, thanks for the info on "One on One". I followed the link you provided (Thanks!) and noticed that they allready have over 40 sponsors so maybe I'll wait for more suggestions before I contact them.
 

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Been a week since I emailed "One on One" & no reply. Never thought it would be difficult to give away 2,000 jig heads. Any suggestions?
 

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Grumpa...

Put them on Ebay and give the proceeds to charity?

Or probably better yet...Denver has a fishing/hunting outdoor show that airs on Saturday mornings from 8am to 9pm...hosted by Terry Wickstrom his email address [email protected] <[email protected]>

He might have some good ideas for organizations that might be interested...

The station link is http://www.am950thefan.com/home/jock07.html

And best of all...the Take A Kid Fishing Foundation would probably take them...

http://www.takf.com/about.htm
 
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