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Old 07-29-2013, 12:53 PM
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Default Re: Glass and Epoxy...Killer Combo

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Originally Posted by von behr View Post
Nick, Do you mean that you would be upset to lose them? I'm often slow on the uptake, so I don't quite follow.

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Ard,

Your flies are ready and will be on their way tomorrow.

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-VB
Very high 'Cool Factor' going on here. Can't wait for Ard's report back.

Fred

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Originally Posted by nick k View Post
Where do you get the glass beads?
Nick you should be able to get them at any shop that sells beads for sewing, etc. The thing you want to do is bring along a selection of hooks to try out 'the bend.' That's where you get hung up if its not 'round' enough or the hole too small.

If the bead hole is too large, not to worry, easy 'fix.' (Hook size dependent) Take 1 to 3 pound clear leader material and build up a base to slide the beads on. Head cement (the leader material) and you're good to go. You do want a snug fit.

Fred

Edit: Forgot to add. You'll probably have to pinch down the barb first.
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