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DaHo Mono Threading Needle (Mono 80 to 100#, Spectra 100 to 300#)

Regular price $14.99 Sale OUT OF STOCK

The new DaHo Threading Needles are shown above. As you can see, they have been sized by their length so if a customer has more than one of them, they can stand them on their open end and find the one they want by its length, compared to all the other threating needles. Our smallest threading needle, the 10 to 20# size, has a length of 5.3". Each larger threading needle is .1" longer than the last, with our largest 400 to 500# size being 6.5" in length.During our year of gathering requested features for our new needles, having some way to identify the threading needles was one that was requested many times. Due to their size and materials, the length was the only way to address this request.

The DaHo Hollow Spectra Threading Needles are hollow inside, except for the point, so monofilament or fluorocarbon line can be inserted into the needle. Then, the needle with the internal mono/fluoro line, is inserted, or threaded, into the hollow center section of the spectra braid. The needle, and attached mono/fluoro line, is typically inserted inside of the spectra from 3 to 5 feet to provide the best strength of the join. Because of the slick surface of the mono/fluoro line, the end point of the spectra must be finished to secure it to the mono/fluoro line. This finishing is usually done by gluing, serving, crimping, or some combination of these attachments, to the spectra line end. This ensures the join will not slip before the compression pressure occurs to in the braid of the hollow spectra line to hold the joined lines together.

The primary size of the threading needle is the ID, or Internal Diameter, indicating the approximate size of the mono/fluoro line that it will fit inside. The threading needle size you need is determined by the size of the mono/fluoro line you are using. The ID sizes of our threading needles can vary up to .002" due to the SS Hypodermic tube manufacturing process. This is the standard acceptable size variance of the SS tubes we use to make our needles. As we receive new shipments of needles, the IDs may change up to this .002 size. It is recommended that you select a needle that is at least .002" larger than your line for ease of use. It can also be difficult to fit an exact size of line into a needle. If you have a problem with your line not fitting into one of our needles, please send us an email and we will analyze and resolve the problem.

In Threading needles, we typically use thinner walled tubing to manufacture the needle. This is so the overall size of the needle will remain as small as possible, while offering the largest interior size to hold the monofilament or fluorocarbon line you are using. Thinner is definitely better in this case, and our needles are the thinnest available."
The new DaHo Threading Needles are shown above. As you can see, they have been sized by their length so if a customer has more than one of them, they can stand them on their open end and find the one they want by its length, compared to all the other threating needles. Our smallest threading needle, the 10 to 20# size, has a length of 5.3". Each larger threading needle is .1" longer than the last, with our largest 400 to 500# size being 6.5" in length.During our year of gathering requested features for our new needles, having some way to identify the threading needles was one that was requested many times. Due to their size and materials, the length was the only way to address this request.

The DaHo Hollow Spectra Threading Needles are hollow inside, except for the point, so monofilament or fluorocarbon line can be inserted into the needle. Then, the needle with the internal mono/fluoro line, is inserted, or threaded, into the hollow center section of the spectra braid. The needle, and attached mono/fluoro line, is typically inserted inside of the spectra from 3 to 5 feet to provide the best strength of the join. Because of the slick surface of the mono/fluoro line, the end point of the spectra must be finished to secure it to the mono/fluoro line. This finishing is usually done by gluing, serving, crimping, or some combination of these attachments, to the spectra line end. This ensures the join will not slip before the compression pressure occurs to in the braid of the hollow spectra line to hold the joined lines together.

The primary size of the threading needle is the ID, or Internal Diameter, indicating the approximate size of the mono/fluoro line that it will fit inside. The threading needle size you need is determined by the size of the mono/fluoro line you are using. The ID sizes of our threading needles can vary up to .002" due to the SS Hypodermic tube manufacturing process. This is the standard acceptable size variance of the SS tubes we use to make our needles. As we receive new shipments of needles, the IDs may change up to this .002 size. It is recommended that you select a needle that is at least .002" larger than your line for ease of use. It can also be difficult to fit an exact size of line into a needle. If you have a problem with your line not fitting into one of our needles, please send us an email and we will analyze and resolve the problem.

In Threading needles, we typically use thinner walled tubing to manufacture the needle. This is so the overall size of the needle will remain as small as possible, while offering the largest interior size to hold the monofilament or fluorocarbon line you are using. Thinner is definitely better in this case, and our needles are the thinnest available."

Shipping Costs

Shipping costs are determined by the size and dimensions of your order as well as your location. Just need something small? Maybe a lure or two? Your shipping charge could be VERY low - even under $3 for a single plug or other small item. You'll have options from least expensive to the very fastest for when your order just can't wait. Keep in mind many around New England, New York, and New Jersey will receive orders within 2 days even with our least expensive shipping.

Rod Shipping Charges

Most rods due to their size and packaging requirements will incur an additional "Oversize Shipping" charge of $12.99 to cover the expense of the rugged shipping tube needed to safely get your new fishing rod to you. Free shipping still applies. Some rods do not require the Oversize Shipping surcharge.

How soon will my order ship?

We know you can't wait to get out on the water. Almost any order placed before 3pm (and often as late as 4 or 5pm) will ship same day.

Free USPS Shipping offered on most orders over $100 within the United States

The Saltwater Edge offers free United States Postal Service shipping on orders over $100 (excluding some oversize items).  Rods incur an oversize packaging charge but most over $100 qualify for free shipping otherwise. A valid street address is required for all deliveries.

USPS Shipping Options

We offer First Class Mail, First Class Package, Priority Mail, and Prioirty Mail Express via United States Parcel Service.

UPS Shipping Options

The Saltwater Edge features UPS shipping options of Ground, 3-Day Select, 2nd Day Air, and Next Day Air.

International Shipping

The Saltwater Edge ships via USPS Priority International.  A street address is required for all deliveries. International shipping prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and must be prepaid in U.S. funds. Duties and taxes, if imposed on your order, are due at time of delivery (these charges are not calculated during checkout and are not collected by The Saltwater Edge). Please consult your local customs office for more details about duties and taxes.

RETURNS AND EXCHANGES ARE EASY!

The Saltwater Edge will accept returns on most products within 30 days. The item MUST be unused and in NEW condition with original manufacturer tags and stickers. Please call to set up returns before returning the merchandise.

BEYOND 30 DAYS?

If you're outside 30 days and wish to make an exchange, feel free to give us a call and we can see what we can do to help. We can not accept returns after 30 days without prior approval.

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

If you have additional questions, please email us or call us 866-793-6733 and we'll be glad to help.