Published Dec 13. 2020 - 9 months ago

The FEED-A-BEAD Fly Tying Tool

The new FEED-A-BEAD fly tying tool from HARELINE stores and organizes beads of all sizes and styles - and it helps to transfer beads onto hooks with the greatest of ease. As a one of a kind storage system, the FEED-A-BEAD tool prevents the accidental mixing or spilling of beads and the spring clip closure means no more messing with snap-on or screw-top container lids. Multiple FEED-A-BEAD tools organized in slotted foam racks provide instant access to the exact beads needed for any given pattern and also give you a quick visual inventory of your bead supply. The FEED-A-BEAD tool makes bead placement amazingly effortless and trouble free. No more fumbling or frustration. No more dropped or lost beads. It's just like having a steady third hand that holds, positions, and helps to guide even the smallest beads onto hooks with remarkable precision. The FEED-A-BEAD dual purpose tool is the real deal - a definite game changer and a must-have for fly tiers everywhere. A special thanks to the folks at HARELINE in Monroe, Oregon for seeing the need, having the vision, and making it happen with this smart design solution.

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Martin Joergensen
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