Guatemala Ballyhoo RigEnio and Julio Morales
Skill Level 3 star
Step 1. Secure your hook with floss as pictured. Make sure you leave 12-16 inches of floss to work with.
Step 2. (Not pictured) Secure your ½ ounce sinker to your ballyhoo.
Step 3. With a rigging needle, pierce the nose of
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Capt. Scott Adams
Skill Level 1-star
Supplies Needed: Kite clip, 1/8 drill bit and copper wire
Another simple idea to keep your kite clips from sliding up your kite