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Old 02-08-2013, 11:32 AM
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Default Re: Using Yarn as an Indicator?

I guess I'm quite confused as to your statement that Thingamabobbers are "too buoyant to use with midges". What does this mean?

Any indicator is used to primarily track your sub-surface offering, suspend your offering, and indicate whether or not you have a take. To state that one type of indicator is too buoyant is confusing when used universally as stated above. I used yarn years ago and they became water-logged, required regular floatant and did not cast well (my opinion) that's why I celebrated the change to the Thingamabobber. I use either the smallest size or next smallest size rather than the medium or large sizes.

Anyway, just a little confused by your statement. Enlighten me.

Thanks.

Kelly.
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