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  • Saves time
  • Lightweight
  • Ties directly to your tippet or mono line
Change hooks, jigs, lures or flies in just seconds with the No-Knot Fas-Snap and enjoy more time fishing. The innovative, lightweight No-Knot Fas-Snap is designed to be tied directly to your tippet or mono line. No-Knot Fas-Snap will not inhibit casting or presentation and it even floats with a dry fly! 30 per pack.
No-Knot Fas-Snap 4.4 5 56 56
Qwick & Easy I use the fas - snaps for ice fishing. They allow me to qwickly change lures with changing conditions. The small black snaps are rather unintrusive and have low visibility, making an ideal snap for slow biters. February 1, 2010
No size info This is the first time I have used these and I love the fact I can change lures so quickly when searching water; however, I think they need a better size description. Had no idea which to buy for bass. i ended getting the L but a bit too small. I like that the Normans version gives you actual size. October 14, 2009
great product The only thing I ever use this for is ice fishing, and it works great. It is the quickest way to change lures, and I don't have to tie knots with cold hands. January 25, 2009
Easy These are not for all applications however they do work very well on small poppers and flies. Most of the time bass, bream,crappie and goggle eye don't seem to mind them. Great to have when you are changing lures at any time. December 27, 2008
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What size for 3/0 pike fly

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Medium
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. There are four sizes for various types of fishing. The small sized is used for fly-fishing and permits a dry fly to float. The medium size is used for pan fish, crappie, etc. The large size is used for crappie and bass. Spinner baits also work well on the large size. The Xlarge size is used for bass fishing, accepts lures, and plugs without any trouble.

Therefore, you will match the size by what type of fishing you will be doing to match your 3/0 hook. Thanks
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size for trout sized lures

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What size would be best for small lures like pins minnow, small spoons and panther martins. I use 4-6lb test for this application so strength not an issue ...more concerned as to which will snap securely to the small lure best
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I use small for smallest trout lures (1/32 oz to 1/16 oz spinners, even 1/8 oz spinners); I use medium when switching to larger spinners or small jigs with heavier wire eyes.
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Small, for 2 and 4 lb test line. Medium for 6 lb test line.
 
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what size ?

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what size do you use for freshwater lures and what size for saltwater lures?
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lg and xl for freshwater, have both and would not use anything smaller than lg for bass fishing. smaller may be ok for flyfishing. XL only for saltwater, that may even be too small though. These aren't very big.
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I use Large for freshwater. I don't salt water fish much. I tie them to 14 lb. flourocarbon leaders, app. 18"-24" long. Hint; Spread them open a little to attach to lures easier, then lightly pinch them closed enough to keep lure on.
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I'd use a medium for a 1/16 oz jig
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med. works great.
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Small, but you may need cheaters to thread the line through.
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I'd have no problem using a medium for that jig. Unless it's just got a really tiny hook eye -it should work
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the smallest in black or chrome. I use black for my jigs.
2 years, 4 months ago
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small or medium
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MEDIUM OR LARGE SIZE FAS-SNAP
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Might use the small ones if you are using 4-6 lb test. Medium for anything larger is my thought.
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and what size is good for size 10 flies?
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Just tried dry flies this afternoon, not a problem with them floating at all with this snap!!!!!!
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Even the smallest Fas-Snap may carry a dry fly under the surface. Make sure you try one out at home in the sink first.
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my flies float. small one works great
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depends on the fly...use the smallest fas-snap
3 years, 9 months ago
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Small size for any flies, they will not sink a fly
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No it will not make flies sink.
3 years, 11 months ago
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4x tippet
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The large ones are about 5/32" long. The small ones are about 3/32."
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that is a hard question...I would guess itsy-bitsy (1/32d"), teeny-weeny (1/16") and little-bitty (maybe big enough for the O ring on small crank baits)...best I can do...
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3 sizes small for 1/16 oz med for 3/8 oz large for larger jigs
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Smallest ones are about 1/4"
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the medium is id say 3/16 long and 1/8 wide....didnt buy any large ones but im going to buy some large ones in the future
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well under 1/4 inch
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I dont have the actual measurements but the "L" is barely large enough for med sized cranks. Not sure (never seen them) but I'd bet the "XL" would be better for big bass baits. Normans give the size but cost more.
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The small is perfect for dry flies, and bead heads for 16" trout, have not had any bend on me yet.
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The smallest Fas-Snap is about 1/8" long. a 1/32 oz jig hook fits easily on it.
You should be able to get a #10 or a #12 fly onto the small Fas-Snap.
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The smallest size will fit in a crappie jig eye.
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Very small, I use it for dry flys and rubber bugs
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you use this for putting your leader to your fly line.
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if you ask me the small is very little and hard to hold while trying to slip the fly on
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I would not do it for trout and trout flies. I would use for bass or saltwater species not too sensitive to additional hardware.
Depending on what time of year, especially later in the summer when the flies are getting smaller this is a non starter for trout. Thats why I use flouro leader, 7x tippets, etc depending on how big the fish are where I am fishing. Trout with any pressure are too smart for this.
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