I’ve been bugging Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions to make this video ever since I saw his super-cool method for cutting thread in one of his killer tying videos. If you’re a regular viewer of Tim’s videos, you know that he prizes simplicity and efficiency at the vise. This modification of a standard whip-finish tool is ingenious, and Tim walks you through the steps to make it happen in his usual clear step-by-step process.
2 thoughts on “Tuesday Tip: How to Use a Whip-Finisher to Cut Thread”
Very resourceful. Great idea Phil! Thanks for all the videos… and for everyone else, Make sure to watch this video all the way through! Because I didn’t the first time and missed the warning. And now I’m bleeding…
With all the fly fishing stuff thats out there that people buy, I think they have a tool that they can market….