Redwing Tackle Spider Thread

$4.99 - $7.99
Item No.: F10087

Product Details

Product Details

Redwing Tackle Spider Thread is "the no knot wonder" thread for all your tying needs. This thread makes tying faster, easier and mess-free. To use this thread you just wrap it several times then snap it off. It is very popular for tying egg sacs.

  • Qty. per pack: 100 or 400 ft.

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Best bait tying thread on the market


I recently started using spider thread for tying trout egg sacks/salmon egg sacks and my hookup ratio has doubled. I am a believer that it is pretty much invisible around your eggsacks.

gread prodect

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sprinner salmon and all fishing. no need to tie a not all is grate

Spider Thread !!! A MUST HAVE

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Spider Thread is simply the only way to go in the application of keeping any Bait on a Hook even when needing to use a Hard cast!!! The Bait Stays on and the Rubbery Thread is so fine it blends into any kind of bait one chooses to use... It's Tuff yet when you brake it off it doesn't cut your Bait nearly as bad as any of the others!!! Spider Thread is very easy to remove as well, and over all it's very, Very, Easy to use!!! The Hard plastic Housing or Dispenser that protects the Rubbery thin thread is Brilliant because one spool of Spider Thread Lasts a very long time and with this tuff Dispenser, one can rest assured this Precious Thread will not get waisted rolling around in your Tackle Box!!! You Better Buy All That they Have in the Store, because as soon as you show it to someone on the Water, there won't be any more left at the Store!!! I've been using it for a week now and finally landed Five Nice Steelhead, were before I was getting my bait Stripped??? You'll Thank me Later... A Must Have!!!

Love using spider thread!!

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I use it for bait fishing and it works great with roe for salmon fishing!!

this stuff really works

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i use spider thread for catfishing to keep chicken liver on the hook and it does the job plus it thin and wont turn fish away