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Thread: OK, some on-site engineering needed

  1. #11
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    I can attest to the dangers of a cutting wheel. We once spent 2 1/2 hours in an emergency vet hospital getting a cat's paw sewn back together after he batted at one (twice) that my daughter was using to cut quilt squares.
    I suspect, though, Em, that using one with a strait edge isn't nearly 'quick and dirty' enough for this man's needs. Like the rest of us guys, iI it could be done with Primacord, he'd be much happier.

    Jim

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    PRIMACORD!

    Why didn't I think of that!

    ...actually "quick and dirty" is fine - If I hadda guess I'd guess that extreme precsion is highly overrated in fly tying. Not a lot of perfect baitfish out there.

    'Ninety percent of what a trout eats is brown and fuzzy and about five-eighths of an inch long."

    Allison Moir
    "Just because I criticize your argument doesn't mean that I disagree with your position."

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