I was tying flies with a friend the other day and wanted to share a little trick I picked up from him. I always struggled changing out threads on my bobbin and was thinking of maybe considering buying a bobbin threader when I noticed how he threaded his. I thought it was a great idea and wished I'd thought of it myself. All you do is start inserting the thread, which usually gets stuck at some point along the way, then suck on the end of the bobbin and the thread gets pulled the rest of the way through. Maybe not the most sanitary thing to do when working with dried animal hides and stuff but hey we eat beef jerky all the time without mishap Maybe everyone already knows this trick and I'm just the slow one, but figured I'd share.