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  1. #11
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    I put a swivel on all the spoon flys I tye, they work good without it but better with it. It elimanates pretty much all line twist on any design spoon fly and some designs are god awful about twisting line both in the air and in the water. If you can hear your spoon fly buzzin on the cast , its working you harder than its working the fish. Many of the anglers who fish my spoon flys, also like the Waldner spoon depending the enviorment they'r fishing that day. They all comment on the durability of both patterns.

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    I'd forgotten that you can buy "open eye" hooks. These can be attached directly to a swivel.

    Mike

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    Open eyed hooks, never thought of that. Ill have to check and see if they offer any hooks I might consider suitable.

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    Great advice on how to get line twist out of fly line. I always stretch my line before fishing it and about every third trip drag it behind the boat for awhile to get all the twist out of it.

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    ..I'm enjoying this thread , learning also

    Picked up Raven Ultra Micro Swivel 4xs & xxxs ,both 20 lb rating I'm just a couple of weeks out to give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowwalker View Post
    I put a swivel on all the spoon flys I tye, they work good without it but better with it. It elimanates pretty much all line twist on any design spoon fly and some designs are god awful about twisting line both in the air and in the water. If you can hear your spoon fly buzzin on the cast , its working you harder than its working the fish. Many of the anglers who fish my spoon flys, also like the Waldner spoon depending the enviorment they'r fishing that day. They all comment on the durability of both patterns.
    If your on the sale pm me I'll support the forum posters

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