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Old 04-28-2008, 10:20 PM
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Default Re: Top Prop

Yes, I have thought of those samethings you mentioned Cliff. That is why I used epoxy to give it a surface to spin on. I could not find any beeds that I could get on the hook and that did not hinder the fly in some other way. Now you got to remember that I am in an area that the craft department at walmart has the closest things to fly material. With that said, I get a lot of my stuff from on line stores and if I get a chance to, a city 100 miles from where I live does have fly stuffz. But I dont get that way too often so...I have to make do with what I got. So far I got one that will spin almost on will. As far as the spin in air goes. That is one of the reasons I put the majority of the fly away from the prop itself. I plan on doing a rear mounted prop just have to find a way to stabilize it.
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