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    I like to experiment with different baits and colors. With these snaps I can easily change jigs and get right back to fishing. Very convenient.

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    That is all I use on all my jigs and flies.
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    One caution if you are using small diameter line.
    Make sure line loop is tight. I had a few clips that I had to close the line loop with a plies. :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by RLS40 View Post
    One caution if you are using small diameter line.
    Make sure line loop is tight. I had a few clips that I had to close the line loop with a plies. :-(
    Yes, some brands I've looked at online recently appear to have some rather large gaps in the line loop, as well as the lure/Jig loop.

    I just ordered these on Amazon today Robot Check never used this brand before so I'll have to see how they are. Price was very good so we shall see. The No-Knot Fas Snap brand was $11.99 for 30 pcs at my local BPS.

    Appreciate the heads up.

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    Here is where I get mine. Name:  20200807_215346.jpg
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    if you fish with braid direct to the jig they are nice .
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    I like these:

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    Quote Originally Posted by z520tom View Post
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    Is that from Jannís?

    Which size do you prefer for the little bluegill bugs you tie up?

    I have trouble getting line through the eyes of my small wooly buggers I tie with tungsten bead heads, this could be a game changer for me. Most of them are tied on a #10 J Stockard All Purpose nymph hook.


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    I have used them from time to time but along with age and arthritis they are easier to change hooks.
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    Yes they are from Janns. I use the #2's most of the time. #2 will work on your #10 mustad. The #3 is the smallest and it will work on the small #12 and #14's that I make that the #2 is to large far. I read somewhere that the #3 will still allow a dry fly to float. I carry a hemostat in my tankle box and have many in my lure/ rod building shop. I hold all my small jigs and fasteners with these to ty line too. This is a #10 jigfly and a #2 snap.
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    Is that from Jannís?

    Which size do you prefer for the little bluegill bugs you tie up?

    I have trouble getting line through the eyes of my small wooly buggers I tie with tungsten bead heads, this could be a game changer for me. Most of them are tied on a #10 J Stockard All Purpose nymph hook.


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