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Does anyone still use sequins on their traces? I used to use them with a bit of rig tube as a bait stop but i remember people putting bunches of them along with beads to attract fish. Do they really work or do people just use it as a license to buy them with other stranger intentions for them? 

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When I used to do beach fishing I used them as bait stops but never used to use beads etc...

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1 hour ago, JonC said:

Does anyone still use sequins on their traces? I used to use them with a bit of rig tube as a bait stop but i remember people putting bunches of them along with beads to attract fish. Do they really work or do people just use it as a license to buy them with other stranger intentions for them? 

Sakuma still have them as a product. I used to sell a lot of them, but these days the holographic attractor blades (silver / gold) are way more popular. One blade trapped between a string of beads is pretty good bling for plaice and gurnards.
 

If you pm your address to me, I will put a pack in the post to pikey acres. 👍

 

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Just now, GPSguru said:

Sakuma still have them as a product. I used to sell a lot of them, but these days the holographic attractor blades (silver / gold) are way more popular. One blade trapped between a string of beads is pretty good bling for plaice and gurnards.
 

If you pm your address to me, I will put a pack in the post to pikey acres. 👍

 

Do you have the matching cotton for sowing them on? 

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1 minute ago, JonC said:

Do you have the matching cotton for sowing them on? 

Nah, you can get that from @Andy135 🤣 ….. and @Saintly Fish will do the sewing 🤣

seriously Jon, send me a pm and I will post some holographic blades out to you, no problem

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12 minutes ago, GPSguru said:

Nah, you can get that from @Andy135 🤣 ….. and @Saintly Fish will do the sewing

 

It's true, my little pink tutu keeps shedding sequins with every shimmy and @Saintly Fish is a dab hand with a needle and thread for me.

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