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The Jawn – Protojawn Fly Tying Tool

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The Jawn – Protojawn Fly Tying Tool



The Jawn was painstakingly developed with the help of pros like Bob Popovics to give you ultimate control over your fly tying. The flared ends give you an even, consistent distribution of fibers as you push them back without crushing or damaging them. The real advantage lies with the knurled texture inside the flared ends. This gives you unprecedented control over your material, allowing you to distribute it exactly how you want it. Equally important, the slot which runs the length of The Jawn allows you to tie on any sized jig hook or bent shank. Finally, the flattened end keeps The Jawn from rolling off of your tying station. Take control and tie like the pros with The Jawn!

* Flared ends to protect and evenly distribute fibers
* Knurls inside of flare give ultimate control over materials
* Enlarged slot allows for use with jig hooks and bent shanks
* Flattened side adds strength and eliminates rolling

Sizing
* Big Jawn for large treble hooks and jig heads (1/2″ diameter)- 2 1/2″ long and the flared end is right around 3/4″
* Standard size for hook size 2/0 and up- 2 1/2″ long and the flared end is just over 1/2″
* ‘Lil Jawn for hook sizes up to 1/0- 2 1/2″ and the flared end is just under 1/2″

Available in Clear and Orange.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Glenn Friedley

    July 27, 2018 at 12:54 am

    dolla dolla bills yall, thanks for this!

  2. River Freak

    July 28, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    You guy's are late with that tool. I used a pen and marker tube.

  3. matt bugg

    August 1, 2018 at 12:23 am

    A,hair curler for doing perms is about the same thing and I'm sure with the bungee cord end cap you could probably do parachute legs or something?

  4. Jon Neville

    August 2, 2018 at 7:46 pm

    interesting

  5. Gary Chiang

    August 3, 2018 at 6:45 am

    Those things are clearly 3d printed. They are less than $.5 to make.

  6. Chad THOMPSON

    August 4, 2018 at 12:19 pm

    Slap chop…..linguini, bikinis

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