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Tool to tie a jig on your line #10623811 02/17/15 01:48 AM
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A while back I saw a link to an add on here for a tool that you placed a jig head in, and easily put your light pound test fishing line through a hole, and easily tied your jig on.
Anybody remember what the tool was called, or can you share the link?
Getting older, and apparently blinder, and anything that helps is nice.

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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624082 02/17/15 03:18 AM
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Anyplace that sells sewing supplies should have a needle threader. Cheap and should work well.

Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624111 02/17/15 03:30 AM
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I have one. Just go to Walmart and buy a needle threader. You can buy 3 for about a dollar.

Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624127 02/17/15 03:36 AM
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I bought one and consider it a waste of money. The spring is to weak to hold the jigs secure and not all jig heads will fit where the eye lines up with the hole.


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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624170 02/17/15 03:50 AM
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Originally Posted By: scott higgins
A while back I saw a link to an add on here for a tool that you placed a jig head in, and easily put your light pound test fishing line through a hole, and easily tied your jig on.
Anybody remember what the tool was called, or can you share the link?
Getting older, and apparently blinder, and anything that helps is nice.
It`s called the Tyepro fishing tool.I have one and it works great.They are new and improved. I think the web site is www. TYEPRO.com. The web site has a demonstration video or you can go to Amazon and find it also.

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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624209 02/17/15 04:11 AM
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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10624226 02/17/15 04:16 AM
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tie fast knot tying tool


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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: Retired Fisherman] #10624616 02/17/15 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted By: Retired Fisherman
I bought one and consider it a waste of money. The spring is to weak to hold the jigs secure and not all jig heads will fit where the eye lines up with the hole.


I put a rubber band (from the kids braces) around the head and it fixed the issue. Hope it works for you as well.


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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: KSScott] #10625625 02/17/15 06:56 PM
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Personally I am a fan of the tie fast knot tool:
http://tie-fast.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=4


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Originally Posted By: Fab
Personally I am a fan of the tie fast knot tool:
http://tie-fast.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=4


What an awesome tool. I've got both the tools shown in the video, and never realized how versatile they are. I'll have to get them out and practice tying those knots. Thanks for the link. laugh


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Re: Tool to tie a jig on your line [Re: BlueNitro] #10626760 02/18/15 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted By: Retired Fisherman
I bought one and consider it a waste of money. The spring is to weak to hold the jigs secure and not all jig heads will fit where the eye lines up with the hole.


I put a rubber band (from the kids braces) around the head and it fixed the issue. Hope it works for you as well.


I bought one and spoke to the maker of the tyepro about the "loose" issue and he sent me a few "O" rings that I put on the tyepro to tighten it up. Works well. Used it a few times when my arthritis kicks in. If you bought one and have issues call the maker and he will get you straight.


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