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    Any body here use Fas snaps. I was wanting to try some . I was trying to figure out what size to order?


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    I like the large the best with my old fingers

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    Get the largest size....they are still very small. Thats why me and ScottV still use black duo-lock snaps....the fish do not seem to pay any attention to them and they are easier for us geezers to change baits and jigs out.

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    Just got some of the Mustad KVD FasTach -or I think that is the name--a couple of weeks ago. Black, size 0. So far it is all positives to report. Easy to use, certainly doesn't impede the bite any. Usually tied a loop, but decided to try this, especially on the braid when I start with it. Ordered them thru Wally World. It's the same snap the Arkansas Crappie guy uses, and I think Hook City.

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    I've been using them for over 20 years and will not tie a jig directly to the line anymore. A little expensive at $12 per 30 at BPS, but you can quick change jigs, and don't have to reset the jig with the old cinche knots. This is a large in this pic and any smaller and I can't see the eye to thread it. I've tried all the other sizes and this works best for me.


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    Just realized you were asking specifically about Fas Snaps and I threw another wrinkle in the mix. Sorry, but incidentally I do like these better. Seem to be able to get the jig on and off easy with these clumsy stiff fingers.

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    Check out TJs Tackle website. They have some very economical equivalents!

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    I use these. takes a while to get them but they're cheap.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/20-30-50-10...72.m2749.l2649

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    For over a dozen years now I've been using the Mustad Snap Hooks available from Netcraft. Size #2 fits my 1/16 & 1/8 oz. jig heads perfectly.
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    Someone on here recommended these, they work great. Shipping took two weeks.

    Dovewill 50Pieces/Lot Stong Fishing Fast Lock Snap Barrel Swivels Connector Fishing Pin Snaps https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07149QLD7..._wiI1AbHA9YYAT



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