I've been tying for years, decades really. But I haven't tied many weighted flies until recently. I thought I was going to like these coneheads on some steelhead flies, but I've got a problem. I slip a good size conehead, maybe 1/4", on a 4x longshank hook and put a bunch of thread wraps behind it to hold it in place. But the conehead is concave inside the bullet, and I can't get the thread wound up tight and close. I've had several of the coneheads slip down the hook shank when casting and fishing, shoving all the body materials to the hook bend. Is there a secret I should have learned? Maybe 5 minute epoxy behind the conehead to glue it near the eye of the hook? What do y'all do? Sincerely, Salmo g.