Re: How do my clousers look?
Don't forget that your down-eye hook will actually be an up-eye hook when fishing the clouser. The weight of the eye flips the hook so it would be easier to look at them and critique if you photographed them in their proper orientation, white belly on the bottom. Anyway, sorry to nitpick, they just look funny like that. And if you tie on with an open loop knot, like the non-slip mono, then the up/down/straight eye matters less.