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  1. Rookies Corner
    I'd be interested to know what knots people use, especially for tying on flies and attaching tubes. Thanks.
  2. General Board
    Hi all, To glue or not to glue? Do many members add a spot of superglue, or other proprietary product to their knots, particularly on salmon flies? If so, at what stage of the knotting process, i.e. in the coils when tightening, or as a coating when the knot is complete. Your thoughts will...
  3. Lines
    Snowbee scandinavian spey Has anyone tried the snowbee Scandinavian spey lines, Sounds handy for shorter line fishing on narrower water, no knots or joints to rattle through rod guides
  4. Off Topic Lounge
    I could do with buying a log splitter as having a chain saw I seem to amass a reasonable amount of wood. I manage to use an axe for some of the tree sections but some are hard to split due to knots etc. and I think a proper splitter would be useful. Anyone got one that they could recommend...
  5. Other Tackle
    Like many on here I sometimes used Seaguar fluorocarbon for hand tied tapered leaders. It's inclined to be brittle and of course it can be difficult to bed-down knots, especially in the larger diameters. I hear tell of softer Fluorocarbon line being available these days, which should be less...
  6. General Board
    Hi.. just wondering what the best knot is when using Seaguar? Tubes and doubles. I've only used mono and blood knots in the past. Thanks
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