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Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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It appears as though that would leave a kink in the leader. Does it, DD? I've made my own using foam, wool, and 3/16 inch O-rings.

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Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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It appears as though that would leave a kink in the leader. Does it, DD?


Not really, not any more than a Thingambobber. After you insert the wool you pull tight which pretty much straightens the leader. The indicator is held in place by compression.

Posted on: 2/25 13:13


Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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yea thanks dd I am going to try this indicator this year,looks like a graet idea

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Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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Bringing this thread back up rather than start a new one... question, for those of you that use this system. What do you do when you remove the indicator? This seems like the only drawback that I can find. Is there an easy way to remove it and save it for later or do you just discard the wool?

Posted on: 8/21 8:57


Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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check the instructional video on their website. Been using for about a year and it works very well when a quiet presentation is critical

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Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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So I was looking at the pic from the name brand system and it appears a small baiting need would do just fine. They are still available at some tackle shops and then you don't need top buy a Dremel tool if you don't have one.

Posted on: 8/22 0:13


Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator

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My issue is, where to store the used piece(s) of wool after you remove it? The video simply says it can be stored and reused later. I'm going to try a small hair barrette.

Posted on: 8/22 16:22


Re: New Zealand Strike Indicator
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My issue is, where to store the used piece(s) of wool after you remove it? The video simply says it can be stored and reused later. I'm going to try a small hair barrette.


I really wouldn't worry too much about that. I don't believe the special wool is anything special. You can buy poly yarn for a nickel a mile at a craft store, and have enough indicator material to pass on to the next few generations of your family.

Posted on: 8/22 16:29



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