Step 1: Gather your materials. To use the Tribs Bead, it it optimal to have the Tribs Screwdriver (but not necessary) as the size of the head fits into the screws slot. Using the hook can also be used instead of the screwdriver.
Step 2: Unscrew the screw from the base of the bead and put it into a safe location to be used later.
Step 3: Run the line through the channel of the bead while maintaining pressure. You want the line to tightly hug the bottom of the channel to ensure the screw torques on with ease. This is also the time where adding a scent into the screw hole would occur.
Step 4: Thread the screw into the bead. The tip of the screw does not have any threads so the bead cap should nest into the bead before screwing on. Note: Do not overtighten. Overtightening small beads can cause the cap to break. Bead does not need to be super tight in order to hold onto the line.
Step 6: Now that the bead is on the line, test that it does not slide up and down. If it does not, you're ready to fish. (Note: when cap is put into bead, the colors may seem to be different. This is due to how light travels through the plastic, but once bead is put into water, this discoloration goes away).