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Real Pro's SportFishing

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Hepworth, Ontario
Canada N0H 1P0
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Tying the Secondary Skirt:

Essentially your are repeating the steps used tying the primary skirt. The only difference is this skirt has fewer strands of Magnum Flashabou.

Again, using your thread and bobbin lay a solid base of thread on your second coil spring by wrapping thread back and forth several times until the coil is covered with tread. Generously coat your threaded coil with head cement and allow to dry for a few moments (figure 1).

figure 1

Test the head cement on your coil by touching it. If it is wet or sticky to touch you should let it dry longer.

Using the small pile evenly distribute the flashabou around the coil, tying them at their mid point. Use head cement often. Half hitch and cement again. Allow cement to dry.

Your smaller secondary skirt is now complete (figure 2).


figure 2


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