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White River Fly Shop Bobbins

   

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  • SKU: 1336208

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White River Fly Shop®'s standard and fine sized fly tying bobbins are sure to enhance your fly tying experience! Designed with a straight tube to provide consistent tension and ultra-smooth spool rotation, these economically priced bobbins are tremendous for bass, salmon, trout and saltwater fly patterns. Accepts all standard thread spools.

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Decent I've tied all of my flies with this bobbin and it seems to work fine for me. However, I am not a pro fly tier and I don't make a living doing it. For me, it has worked well, except that it doesn't release the thread easily and sometimes I have to maunally pull the thread off of the spool., but not that often. Overall, I would say this works well for the first few years that a person would tie and then upgrade to better bobbins down the road. December 27, 2009
Good Value In reference to other reviews, perhaps the mfr has poor quality control, because the bobbins I purchased work great. No sharp edges on the tubes to cut thread. I don't think it is mfr quality control though, because out of 9 similar bobbins of this type I have, all work well. There are 3 other possible causes - thread quality, snagging hook points, and thread tension. For me these have been a great buy! July 17, 2010
Pretty Nice This bobbing is pretty nice but has a few flaws. it is tight so you might have to stretch it out if you plan on using a large spool of thread. On smaller spools its a little tight but a all around good bobbin. In conclusion its a whole lot cheaper than a ceramic bobbin and doesn't cut thread with its rounded edges so its all around pretty nice. March 13, 2014
Pretty much sucks I just got this bobbin recently after reading the reviews and still decided to give it a try considering it was cheap. My mistake. This thing has a sharp edge where the thread enters the tube and that it snaps with hardly any tension! I'll probably return it and get that ceramic bobbin. This isn't even worth $4. July 19, 2009
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Bobbin Selection Chart and Dubbing Selection Charts, DO NOT explain selections. SOMEONE PLEASE PAY ATTENTION!!
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The numbers below are the old catalog and internet numbers. The new numbers are the same as the store item numbers.
Item 852651 is a heavy duty bobbin use for thicker material like heavy threads and tinsel, also people have their preference in using this tool.
Whereas item 1336208 is a standard bobbin use for lighter material like threads.
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I was ready to order until I found that I couldn't tell which model number was which size. I see another customer had the same question, but BPS hasn't answered it.
If no answer soon, I'll have to shop elsewhere. Sorry, I like BPS.
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Item 38-491-455-00 is a heavy duty bobbin use for thicker material like heavy threads and tinsel, also people have their preference in using this tool.
Whereas item 38-431-142-05 is a standard bobbin use for lighter material like threads.
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I DON'T UNDERSTAND THE CHART TO CHOOSE FROM,TWO DIFFERENT # AND NO DISCRIPTION SO WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE IN THE TWO,come on bass pro ,i'm guessing ????
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Item 38-491-455-00 is a heavy duty bobbin use for thicker material like heavy threads and tinsel, also people have their preference in using this tool.
Whereas item 38-431-142-05 is a standard bobbin use for lighter material like threads.
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