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    Rockdawg69's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dejoha View Post
    This is _sort of_ how I use my Stingers. I'll have an illustration short coming. Like Dutch mentioned, I tie or splice my line in the "eye" in front of the "stinger." I clip the Stinger directly to the tie-out on the tarp.

    My preferred line is inexpensive braided mason line. Fits great. Lasts forever.
    Waiting to see the pic. Knew you would have something for us to see.
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    Member fly-chucker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdawg69 View Post
    Good idea about threading and then splicing. That would solve the problem. I was using the Zing-It that came with the Tarp Flyz so I had not thought of doing my own splicing at that point. More knowledge keeps flowing here.

    On the thought of making them slightly larger, a slightly larger unit would make the biner end easier to use on the tie-outs. It is tight but workable. Would also allow the eye to be a little larger.
    sorry for the newb question, have some Zing-it coming with my superfly, is it spliceable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fly-chucker View Post
    sorry for the newb question, have some Zing-it coming with my superfly, is it spliceable?
    Yes it is, but it can be tough at first
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    I have recently spliced the small hole of a stingerz onto a locked brummel of zing-it for a customer. If I get a chance I will make another set and take pics of it for Dutch to post.

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