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A "Fuzzy Auto" ???
11-07-2014, 12:04 AM,
#11
RE: A "Fuzzy Auto" ???
Hawn, I can't find my cutters! I looked for them for several minutes. Finally, I decided to go with Plan B, grabbed an emery board, and went outside to do a little work. Washed hands as soon as I came back inside.
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11-07-2014, 12:43 AM,
#12
RE: A "Fuzzy Auto" ???
Excellent jig. Would work without doubt on my water. Throw on a crawler chunk or waxworm (don't let QuivaraKid influence you into maggots) tip if the bite is tough.

(11-07-2014, 12:04 AM)AllenOK Wrote: .........grabbed an emery board, and went outside to do a little work. Washed hands as soon as I came back inside............

Have found that you can use a really sharp knife and 'shave' off lead barbs on small collars really easy. Keeps the trimmed lead in large pieces that fall away rather than float in the air as lead dust. If you cut the collars totally with side cutters and pull them off with needle nose........ the sharp knife cleans that up also. I use the knife rather than the file 100%.
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