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    These are what I made yesterday. 1 gram buggers and flashers, 1/16 Diner Shiner buggers and 3/32 Herring Underspins. One slot left in the box for some smaller sizes in a #6. May try some with two tails. Name:  IMG_3454.jpg
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    Very nice.
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    Great looking baits Jim. Are the tails tied on or hooked on?

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    I wrap the thread on the hook, coat with super glue, and then hook the tail on so it contacts the super glued thread. I find the thread cuts through those puffer ball tails.


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    Good stuff
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    Tails are tied in starting at the head and stretching it while wrapping almost to the bend.
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    I like those!!


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    Look awesome as usual jim. let us know how they work when you go back out.

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    Good stuff once again Jim. I like the crinkle heads with the chartreuse tails in the top pic best.
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