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  1. I never used one at first, but then I tried 1 and yes you need at least 1, I think I might have 8-10, with different threads on them, i have 3 of these, they work pretty well. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fly-Tying-Thread-Bobbins-Set-of-3-Double-Flared-Tube-FF104/251924671027
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    Happy New Year to you and thank you for all the great advice and help I have gotten thru the year from you and the others on here
  3. A friend of mine bought some on Ebay and asked me to see if I could get the mold to make them. So I was searching and found nothing so I asked everyone here and it doesn't seem to be available T
  4. I did not think so, I did some searches and came up empty thanks T
  5. anyone know if this style head is available in a mold and where to get it thank you
  6. It could be the solvent is reacting to the wax on the thread, I do not use any thread with wax on for my bucktails, and I use clear lacquer from the auto store, it is premixed and I just poke 2 holes in the top, and put screws in the holes to reseal it. my thread is nylon size a.
  7. https://www.wlure.com/collections/wlure-3d-stencils have not tried them yet
  8. try cadman customs jigs http://cadmansjigs.weebly.com/ he has lots and may make what you need
  9. have you tried the VMC's i have not but they look similar
  10. It looks great, you could put a tint along the top and you wouldn't see the scuff marks and it would look even better
  11. I make inline spinners with one, they are probably close to the same as yours, it took some time to get it adjusted and getting them to come out. I use .026 wire
  12. I built one with a 8 inch pvc pipe coupler. Siliconed plywood to bottom and peg board on top, then used hole saw to fit shop vac. Just lay bait on it and heat the plastic i want to use and when hot just hit the on button and it forms over the bait and leaves flat parts to clamp 2 halves together
  13. you can still get those blades https://barlowstackle.com/Royal-Willow-Spinner-Blades-P1956/
  14. Xuron - 496 Split Ring Pliers anyone use these and do you like them better than texas tackle?
  15. simple fix, cut off the rest of the part they chewed, very carefully so as to not nick the blank,(it doesnt have to be perfect, just the big chunks) then order a rear grip from anglers workshop, longer than the damaged area, cut to correct length, ream out the new handle with a rat tailed file so it slides on snugly,(the rod tapers is opposite of the way the handle is usually put on, but epoxy will fill the void) coat the area with epoxy, slide the new part on, clean the excess off and set handle down and let dry.. good as new. lots of videos on you tube to help out
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