now before anyone yells I know this is a saltwater pattern and you do not use a real "nail"... but looked at this and it looks so simple (except for the cost of the uv light and epoxy)... and wondering if it could be used as a freshwater fly as well..
I looked at the links and the clear cure goo and solarez seem to have the same variations in their products (thin, thick, flex) and each offer a "kit" where you get two to three tube of epoxy and a uv light.. only difference I can see is the solarez kit is half the price of clear cure goo...
the knot sense seems to be the most cost effective but people keep saying let the sun shine on it.. does that mean you can only do it that way or will a good uv light work as well (yes I am novice at this.. :-) )
...."May the holes in your net be no larger than the fish in it. ~Irish Blessing"
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