Heat Shrink Tubing
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Heat shrink tubing is used to build fishing rigs. Protects wire connections and knots around hooks or swivels from abrasions. Easy to use, marine-grade, black, or clear with melt liner. 3:1 shrink ratio. 3 pack.
Heat shrink tubing. Black or clear with melt liner, 3 pack.
Heat shrink tubing protects fishing knots and wire connections around hooks or swivels. Great for big game and light tackle fishing rigs. Very useful for building a more successful carp rig — extending the curve of the hook to capture a target earlier.
Charlie's Worms is dedicated to both freshwater and saltwater fishermen. We do all we can to have the best quality of baits and terminal tackle in the industry. As always, we appreciate any of your feedback and look forward to hearing from you! Satisfaction guaranteed.
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