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  1. Hey guys I have some extra funds coming my way here in a couple weeks and want get rolling in fly tying. I am on a tight budget so could any one of you experienced individuals point me in the direction to a place that has good fly tying tools for starters at a nice price. I would even consider used if someone wants to part with any of there things.
     
  2. luv2fly2

    luv2fly2 Active Member

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    used is good because fly tying tools are of high quality and expensive. ebay is good if you know what you are looking for. i love closeouts and white elephant in spokane. mike w
     
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    Since you are in everett, Check out pacific fly fishers in Mill Creek. Those guys can get you going with some starter gear, or a whole pile of professional gear. Either way, you are covered. P.S. i picked up a 2nd vice to tie articulated stuff for under 20 bucks there.
     
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    Post WTB: Inexpensive Fly Tying Vise and Tools in the classifieds.
    I sold two Dan Vises earlier this year when I got a new vise. They were simple, true rotary and effective. I have seen a dozen or more vises sold in the classifieds. Ask and dudes will find ones in their "travel kits" that have never been used. Good luck.
     
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    obiwankanobi Active Member

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    I have a Dyna-King Kingfisher pedastal vise that I can sell for $90.00 ($135.00 Retail) in case you are interested. It will hold large 3/0 spey hooks with ease and also allow you tie small midge patterns.

    It is identical to the one shown here: http://yagers.stores.yahoo.net/kinvis.html

    If you are interested PM me and we could make a face-to-face exchange.
     

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