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    Default Bloody Red Chironamid ribbing.

    We have that product available at our shop.
    Not the same name, but the same product.


    Give us a shout and we will hook you up.


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    So, Fred, exactly what is it? Tubing, tinsel, holographic?

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    And Fred, could you give me an idea how much of this ribbing material a person gets for what price?

    Thanks, NEBC

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    It is a discontinued product that was called......

    Dah dah dah!

    Blood Red Saltwater Crystal Flash.

    It is about three times thicker than regular Crystal Flash.
    Also it is blood red on one side and pearl on the other, so depending how you rib it changes the look.
    Very yummy stuff.
    We sell a hank for $3.45 Approx. half the size of a regular crystal flash hank.
    Just want more folks to get a bit of love.
    This is the rib for the world famous Pornamid amongst others.
    Try this over brown or copper holographic flashabou with a copper bead.
    Very limited supply. We procured ours from the originator of the Pornamid, who informed us he had bought all that was available from the manufacturer.
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    Salt water crystal flash that your selling is a great produce. I am from Vancouver Island was up in you area doing some hunting and fishing this fall and used it on the pornamid. What a blast!!! We went through Merritt in Nov. and stop and bought some more. Can't find the stuff down here. Thanks

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    Fred, please save a couple hanks for me and include it with my order, if you will?

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    that is the original product that was discontinued. the product that i have is its replacement. its not quite exactly the same but its close enough the fish dont notice. I would really like to have a hankof the stuff you have myself Fred. I will be heading up that way in April if you could leave one aside for me...or 2

    the stuff i have has a dull side and the shiny red/pearl flashy side. its also a twisted design so you need to gently run it between your finger nails to "flatten" it a little but dont pull it straight. if you pull it thinner it changes the colour of the stuff to a kind of purple which is not good for chironies.

    is the saltwater stuff a twisted material as well ?? I do know the saltwater stuff is slightly not as wide which is why i want some, it can be used on patterns down to 18's. the stuff i have cant really go smaller then a 14 depending on hook style.

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    Yes John I will include some for you.

    24-7 it is twisted. Give me a shout at the shop and we will work it out for you.

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    Thanks for the orders guys.
    nebc and 24_7

    Will drop in the mail today.
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    Hi Fred,

    I would like to get a couple of hanks of the stuff. I'm down in the Salmon Arm area. Perhaps I can call and we can work out how I should get it.

    Thanks

    Jim
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