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  1. Jonister, Thanks for the feathers! There's a nice variety. Now, does anyone have any experience tying with duck feathers? Any suggestions what kind of fly I should tie with them?
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  2. If that doesn't work, try different medias for different powder paint. Like coffee filters, Tyvek envelopes and vacuum cleaner bags. Some media breathes better than others and doesn't cause volcanoes as much.
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  3. Old sayin, "no stronger than the weakest link". I'm the same as Hillbilly. I've been fishing for more than 55 years, you only get so many chances for those WOW fish. Engineer for the biggest and keep the lure in that condition, don't skimp. MO
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  4. The inline or sonic blade design while turning on the lure shaft rather than clevis mount blades start very smoothly. The light refraction ie flash is enhanced do to the unique concave design which disperses the light in so many directions while it rotates. Coupled with the sonic vibration from the enhanced water displacement, again do to the shape and tight spin radius makes these blades very effective. I have thrown a lot of #28 size which is a 5/8 oz for pike and muskie for years with great success. I have also caught large bass while using them. Point to note: the blade requires a solid
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