Fishin' Glue with Squeeze-Tip Applicator
UNTIL LATELY, I'VE HAD TROUBLE SNELLING OUR HOOKS WITH LIGHT LINE AND HAVING THEM HOLD. FISHING GLUE HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD. THE ONLY WAY TO GET THAT HOOK OFF THE LINE NOW IS TO CUT IT OFF OR BREAK THE LINE.
July 11, 2006
Fishin' Glue needs better applicator
The glue itself works fine; the problem, like with many other fishing glues, is the applicator. You remove the protective cap, snip off the end of the applicator & use the glue, no problem. Then you snap the protective cap back on to contain the glue, again no problem. The problem occurs the "next time" you go to use it. You pull the protective cap off and you get super glue all over your fingers, because the "protective cap" will not seal the snipped off end of the applicator, allowing the protective cap to fill up with the glue that leaks out. You then remove the cap and it's all over you. Very messy, very wasteful, very frustrating,
October 31, 2012
Smart to keep one in tackle box
You never know when something is going to come apart or break. Stuff like that is bound to happen while you are out fishing. I like to carry a bottle of glue with me for these situations. It is better to be prepared, fix what broke and then be able to go on fishing.
Nothing is worse that having to cut your fishing trip short because your gear failed and you were not able to fix it right there on the spot.
October 22, 2013
This glue is very easy to use, effective on knots, holds plastics to jig heads, and can be used for minor repairs. I much prefer this to competing products I have tried.
April 23, 2012