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    I have been ordering quite a few different sizes of glass beads and I ordered brass 4 and size six to put between the glass beads. The friction between the two causes a different sound. You can see ready made ones on Spring Creek Spinners website. The combination is also called Carolina tickers.
    Don Gapen says there are only three colors that attract fish and those are yellow, white, and black all the others are for fisherman.

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