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Center block
Jerry

Center block

A good way to make sure that you position your jigging blocks so that the tubing will fall on the center line is to make up this simple center block. Cut a piece of wood the width of your tubing. Draw a center line on both the front and rear of it. Line the lines up front and back, place your jig blocks on either side and screw in. Fast and accurate.
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