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Default Re: No-Knot Fas-Snap, have you ever used it?

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Originally Posted by cimarron View Post
Yes, I've been using them for several years now. My old fingers just wouldn't function in tying on small flies with small knots. Saw these in Bass P.. and thought I'd try them. I use the small for 12-16 flies, and medium for 8-10 flies. I mostly nymph fish and they don't interfere with the fly. Never lost a fish due to them, and never had one straighten out. I use the old Palomar knot to tie on to tippet, easiest and strongest knot for me. The small size is a bit difficult for my fingers to work, but I don't change them that often once tied on. They are much faster than tying knots and I really would recommend them.
Thank you for pointing me to the right direction.
Do you think that small size will fit the 8-10 flies or the medium is a must?
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