moe eggs

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2011/10/02 10:45:14 (permalink)

moe eggs

Has anyone ever had much success useing Moe Eggs for steelhead. If so any color preferance,single or multiple eggs? Any info. would be helpful.Also I'm having trouble getting them round,does anyone have any tips
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    Skip16503
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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/02 10:54:40 (permalink)
    I have had some luck with them I don't use them anymore though Can't tell you why I just don't....

    I got mine nice and round in my rotary vice keep turning and watch it ... It takes about 2 seconds Then I dump it into cool water.. Works every time ... If you don't have a rotary just use hemostats....

     



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    onestring
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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/02 16:36:10 (permalink)
    or a cordless drill
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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/17 17:26:44 (permalink)
    An easier way is just to use a craftbead. Heat the hook and press in. They work well. I also melt seveal together to make an egg cluster. Pm. Me if u ant more details.
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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/17 20:39:44 (permalink)
    I agree with Anadromous, the soft eggs are a great way to go
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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/20 13:46:09 (permalink)
    you can get them in groups of three or singles. a good trick is to tie in a small strand of glow bug yarn and replicate the milky strands coming off the eggs.

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    RE: moe eggs 2011/10/25 13:40:06 (permalink)
    Definaltely add some milt, the Nut is correct, looks much more realistic. If you use the plastic beads put some super glues all over the egg. When it dries it is white and milky looking. I also tie the white egg yarns on the front.
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