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Old 01-11-2011, 08:43 PM
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Here is a how to video for my new Streamer called the Smooth Criminal. My camera isn't very good but I hope you enjoy.

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Wow, great work bighorn. That is beautiful hunk of fly!

So for the connector you just thread a piece of backing through the eye of the rear hook, and then did you glue it in? I tied up a prototype of the nymph I am working on, I thought about clipping that front hook, that makes a lot of sense.

Anyway, thanks for making the video and posting it. That's a helluva set you have!
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Wow, great work bighorn. That is beautiful hunk of fly!

So for the connector you just thread a piece of backing through the eye of the rear hook, and then did you glue it in? I tied up a prototype of the nymph I am working on, I thought about clipping that front hook, that makes a lot of sense.

Anyway, thanks for making the video and posting it. That's a helluva set you have!
The backing is glued in between the Bunny strips and then tied in on the front hook.
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Eric: Great looking streamer, that bad boy looks like a killer pattern! Thanks for sharing the step-by-step instructions.

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