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  • Lure Wire Former and Tackle Maker

    Lure Wire Former and Tackle Maker

    Anyone can make  great looking wire tackle lures from home or on the water. If you enjoyed this video please hit the like button and share it with a friend.

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  • Bass  Fishing – Spinnerbaits Underwater Footage

    Bass Fishing – Spinnerbaits Underwater Footage

    Check out this great underwater demonstration of different spinnerbaits actions as they move through the water column. I hope you enjoyed this great underwater footage enough to hit the like button and share it with a friend or colleague. Here is a great plaque for the office wall, would make a good gift for someone. Just Call Me Papaw I’m Way Too Cool to Be Called Grandfather Fishing Lures Sign Plaque Fisherman Decor 5″x8

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  • How to Sharpen a Serrated Knife

    How to Sharpen a Serrated Knife

    Most people make the common mistake of sharpening the flat side of a serrated knife when they should be actually be using some sort of rounded sharpener to sharpen the serrated side. Now that you know how to sharpen a serrated knife please hit the like button and share it with friend. Here is a great 10″ serrated stainless steel bread knife that will slice through most things. Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 10-Inch Serrated Bread/Slicing Knife

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  • Knife Sharpening: Edges and Goals

    Knife Sharpening: Edges and Goals

    When sharpening a knife with a stone or any type of grinder there will be small saw like teeth left on the edge of the blade making the edge go off quicker than if the knife had been sharpened correctly. Watch this video and see how to finish the knife edge correctly. If you enjoyed this video please hit the like button and share it with a friend. Here is a great chef’s 8″ multipurpose knife that can be used […]

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  • Knife Sharpening Technique using a Steel

    Knife Sharpening Technique using a Steel

    The correct and safer way to use a steel is to hold the handle firmly and brace the point of the steel against a table, then take niece easy movements remembering that you are straightening the edge only, if you want to sharpen the knife use a diamond steel following the same procedure as you do with the steel. I bet you can’t wait to sharpen that knife now, If you enjoyed this short presentation please hit the like button […]

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  • Knife sharpening:Leather Strops

    Knife sharpening:Leather Strops

    The leather strop is the last step in sharpening a knife. You will end up with a knife as sharp as a glass edge that will easily slice through tomatoes. If you enjoyed this presentation please hit the like button and share it with a friend. Here is a great buy. This 71/2″ Swedish knife has a stainless steel blade with a reinforced birch handle, a genuine leather sheath with a single stage sharpener. Check out the Amazon customer reviews. […]

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