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Charlie Lamb
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pull the serving jig toward the nocking point and secure it out of the way.
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Now grabbing the serving material loop, wrap it over the end you just pulled out of the way for as many wraps as you made in the loop.

This will leave the "loop" at the very end of the serving.
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From the serving jig end of the thread, pull until the loop disappears under the serving and snug it up tight.

[ February 03, 2007, 07:41 PM: Message edited by: Charlie Lamb ]

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The finished product should look something like this.
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These tips can be used when serving any part of the string.

[ February 03, 2007, 07:43 PM: Message edited by: Charlie Lamb ]

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Thanks, Charlie. That's how I serve strings but it is hard to explain without showing - you did great.

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UH- MR Lamb [wavey] - I know since I suck according to an earlier post of yours on another thread I was wondering if this would help my accuracy?? [knothead]

Just kidding Charlie- I really hope we can hunt together again without the @$$ in the group. [Roll Eyes]

Thanks Charlie [Not Worthy]

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Hey Keith, who you callin' "@$$"? [wavey]

Since you didn't say "Yankee @$$", I'm guessing it wasn't that tall, skinny SOB with the funny accent. You betcha, eh?

Charlie, great tutorial. It's difficult explaining how to finish a serving, but you nailed it perfectly.

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Thanks guys!

You know he wasn't talkin about you Jason... I'm sure he meant the other one! [Big Grin]

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[Wink]

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Hey Jason!!! [wavey]

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Thanks Charlie, I'm gonna give it a try. Kinda off subject. What kinda hide is that behind the pics? If it's bear it's a pretty one.
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Robin... That's a black bear...cinnamon phase. My first from years ago.

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