Wayne: I see. So they are made for the electronics industry right???  I think 
that’s what I remember somebody saying now. Chuck

From: wayneb22...@yahoo.com 
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 8:51 AM
To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com 
Subject: Re: [VFB] RE:Doing a wee bit of tying

      I've been using them that way for years. I just purchased 80 of the 
really small ones, I epoxied magnets to the base of clip and use them to 
display flies on a magnetic dry erase board above my tying desk.

      The small ones make great hackle pliers too!

      Wayneb

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From: Anthony Spezio <bambot...@yahoo.com>; 
To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com <vfb-mail@googlegroups.com>; 
Subject: Re: [VFB] RE:Doing a wee bit of tying 
Sent: Fri, Mar 7, 2014 12:53:53 PM 


      They are handy as can be. Here is a shot of the ones I use on my show 
tying station.
      Tony



      On Thursday, March 6, 2014 10:29 PM, "wayneb22...@yahoo.com" 
<wayneb22...@yahoo.com> wrote:

            Hi Chuck; 
            I just purchased 80 1.6" long mini-grabbers on ebay for 14.99 with 
free shipping direct from China.
            Wayneb
            Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android 


      From: Chuck Alexander <chuckalexan...@centurylink.net>; 
      To: <vfb-mail@googlegroups.com>; 
      Subject: Re: [VFB] RE:Doing a wee bit of tying 
      Sent: Fri, Mar 7, 2014 2:46:00 AM 


            Wayne: Lookin’ good. I think (KNOW) our bluegill, specially from 
late April through May and even later (the Spawn) you drop one of those over a 
bluegill and/or shell cracker, or bass, or crappie nest, they’ll KILL em. And 
BTW. This is for you, or anybody. Where can I get those “push button fly 
holders”?? I know that are actually made for some other reason right??? But 
like tonight, I was painting some tiny jig heads different colors with 
fingernail polish and I’d have to set up another vise or three and clamp them 
in those, and paint them, wait to put on a second coat etc. But if I had about 
a dozen of those (or better still a rotating wheel LOL) I could churn em out a 
LOT faster, and a LOT more easily. And what do those things usually cost, so I 
know if I find a good deal or not, if I buy them from say, eBay etc??   I 
thought about something like AK Best’s “third hand” which is just a clothes pin 
that is glued or fixed to the table and acts as just that, a third hand. But 
what I was going to do it to cut myself a piece of say, 2” by 4” (for the 
weight and stability), then glue about a dozen clothespins in the vertical 
position then glue them to the board, thus acting as “clamps” for things like 
these jigs. But the things you are using there would be much better I think. 
Thanks, Chuck


            From: wayneb22...@yahoo.com 
            Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 7:10 PM
            To: virtual flybox 
            Subject: [VFB] RE:Doing a wee bit of tying

                  Tying some beads ants this evening:
                  Wayneb
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