PowerLineman83· ******* Engineer
So video wasn’t going to work out. I hope pictures work for you. This is one method I use…I'd appreciate it. My end loops are ok... but they never seem to come out as nice as I would like. Interested in seeing if a different approach would help me step up my game
Start with the string ready to be served. Pull serving tag through the loop and back into the bundle.
Wrap the way you will serve(CW for me) back toward the loop.
Keep wrapping until you get to your desired loop size.
Close your loop by wrapping back the way you came from.
Wrap by hand past your loop serving until you can conch up the jig and spin the jig. This is when you can add more tension to the string jig. Spin your serving jig enough by hand to allow you to get your NW Spinner on, if you use one.
I can’t take credit for this. I’m pretty sure I learned this from Deezlin(Little Jon jigs) back in the day when he was still selling them.
Food for thought for you at any rate. The key with string building, to me, is not overthinking things. Sometimes it really is as simple as it appears!
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