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Old 05-17-2013, 01:28 AM
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Default Re: Hang marker

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Originally Posted by chased View Post
Hmm...not real sure what to use. A permanent marker comes to mind but you said it didn't work very well. What about a very small piece of high-vis shrink tubing?

Chase
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I'm so glad I often read all other replies before I say the same exact thing

I have a Spey line that came with shrink tubing to use for marking the 'load point' which is very similar to this hang point. I choose not to use it but can see where some may find it very helpful.

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