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Good Stick not a good look
Reviewer: A viewer from Apo, AP US
Did not really like this cement. I put a little on to secure the head and it comes out looking chalky white on the thread. Wasnt a fan. Good for under body work and thats all Ill use it for. I like my flys looking inspection ready
Reviewer: A viewer from Fort Collins, CO US
I had the older multi led light but the internal components were not that durable and fell apart. I got this one instead and it works great, just a little more expensive, use it for all my clear goo projects.
My secret to stronger Salmon flies
Reviewer: A viewer from Soldotna, Alaska US
A few tricks Iâve learned for tying a fly to stand up to the rigors of chasing Alaskan Salmon; Start off with quality stripped bunny fur, and second, cement that fur to the hook shank using Griffâs Thick Multi Coat. Sure you can get away without cementing the shank but as Iâve proven to myself, and my customers, time and time again taking the extra step and using Griffâs Thick Multi Coat on the shank will make that fly last through twice as many fish.