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Windram's Cinderworm

Windram's Cinderworm

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STEP 5
Coat the body of the fly with the Pure Red Gill color E-Z Shape Sparkle Body. Wetting the fur strip tail will help keep the fur from getting matted into the Sparkle Body at the tail. Stop about three-sixteenths of an inch short of the hook eye.



STEP 6
Coat the gap between the Red Gill Sparkle Body and the hook eye with the Black Pearl or Pure Black color E-Z Shape Sparkle Body. This will imitate the dark colored head of the worms.



STEP 7
The Finished Fly - The Windramís Cinderworm!



NOTES:
You can make this fly in a variety of sizes, depending upon the size of the naturals in your area. Use smaller hook sizes for bonefish, medium hooks for stripers, and larger hooks such as 1/0 or 2/0 for tarpon fishing. Squeeze the bottle slowly to apply the material. Give the bottle a few shakes now and then during application. Since the Sparkle Body will shrink a little as it cures, coat your fly a little thicker than you think you need to. A bodkin will help to distribute the material once it is on the hook. Keep the bottle capped when not in use! This product will not harden in the bottle, but if you leave it uncapped too long, the tip may clog. If it does, simply grasp the tip with your fingers, or a pair of pliers, and pull it from the bottle. Push out any clog that has formed from the inside. Replace the tip, and you're back in business. Clean up E-Z Shape Sparkle Body with water while it is still wet. Once it's dry, it's permanent. Be careful! This is a non-toxic product, but once it has cured, E-Z Shape Sparkle Body may be stuck for good to your vise, bench, or your spouse's new dining room table!

Tight Lines, and good fishing.


Chris Windram



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