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  1. I run a piece of .040 wire up from the bottom occasionally to keep the flow going and when it starts to drip I grab the top of the plunger with my pliers and give it a couple of quick twists with slight pressure and go back to pouring.
  2. I use the Do-It WB400 and am having the same problem. I've got some I've had for a year or two and some brand new ones. Both measure .400" from end to end, measured with calipers. Anybody got a length on the ones that work?
  3. Used to have a great friend, guiding on upper Potomac, his name escapes me at the moment(like a lot of things these days), but he tied the best hair jig for smallies I ever saw. Used nothing but bear hair and cropped it off fairly short. Unfortunately he left us several years back and I have been trying to duplicate his jig for years. It works on THE James too. Hey..The memory just clicked....Mr Butch Ward was his name. Great guy!
  4. Used to have a great friend, guiding on upper Potomac, his name escapes me at the moment(like a lot of things these days), but he tied the best hair jig for smallies I ever saw. Used nothing but bear hair and cropped it off fairly short. Unfortunately he left us several years back and I have been trying to duplicate his jig for years. It works on THE James too.
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