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Re: Fly tying - taking the plunge; which vise?

2008/8/24 20:26
From Mount Joy, PA
Posts: 83
All good advice. Lots of opinions out there on the different products.

Posted on: 2009/10/17 9:11

Re: Fly tying - taking the plunge; which vise?

2008/11/4 15:20
From Upper Saucon, PA
Posts: 2
You can go out and spend a tons of cash on a fly tying vise, or a few bucks.

Our guide ties flies before we hit the stream while at home and in the hotel room after a day on the water if they are hitting something in particular and he wants to bulk up for the next day.

So at home of course he has top of the line equipment, but in the hotel room it's a far less expensive setup.

Guess what, he ties them in the hotel room with lightning speed and they look the same as what is in his numerous fly boxes.

I went less expensive with mine here at home and all my flies catch fish. To each their own though, spend lots or spend little, the flies from one ot the other all work the same as far as I am concerned.

Posted on: 2009/10/18 10:36
Tight Lines......

Re: Fly tying - taking the plunge; which vise?

2009/8/19 17:22
Posts: 0
just received the new pedestal regal , wholy crap is that baby a beauty , even has trays built into the base and its heavy and rock solid

Posted on: 2009/10/20 19:27

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