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    My vise tying setup. I have felt glued to the bottom of both the thread post board and vise board. I keep some of my tools up front where I can have easy access to them. I drilled holes in a piece of oak spaced about 1 1/4 on center to hold 1/4" dowel pieces (for thread, floss, tinsel, wire, etc. spools). I glued a couple of those pieces of magnets that come with the small TMC trout hooks to the board. I also drilled a couple holes on the far side of the vise to hold cut sections of straws, conveniently large enough to hold two loaded bobbins or a couple of dubbing needles and bobbin threaders. Holes of about 1/8" are just big enough to hold hackle pliers.


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    1. Cameron Derbyshire

      Steelhead, Classic Atlantic salmon flies
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      Registered: January 2005
      Location: Florence, Oregon
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  1. Swandazi

    Kevin
    think you have enough spools of thread and wire? :D
    #1 1-4-07 6:57am

    TallFlyGuy

    Adipossessed!
    NorVise Rules!!!!


    Cameron, I stack my spools for the automatic bobbin up the right side post. They fit overthat just right.


    Norvise Rules!!! :-)
    #2 1-4-07 7:09am

    Daryle Holmstrom

    retiredfishak
    What's the old fishnet handle used for, a hair stacker?
    #3 1-4-07 6:58pm

    Charles Beaver
    Hey, what kind of vise is that?


    Because my dad pick one up that looks just like that at a garage sale!
    WOW! I think we have the same VISE BRO!
    #4 1-5-07 3:54am

    Cameron Derbyshire

    Steelhead, Classic Atlantic salmon flies
    Hey Daryle, hair stacker is correct! It's the best hair stacker I've found. The net got damaged somehow, and my Dad was going to toss it. I saved what could be salvaged. And the bonus is I can put really long (up to 5-6") bucktail in it and have not problems with any hair going everywhere as I stack it.
    #5 1-11-07 7:55pm

    Dan Soltau
    no joke on the thread! funny, i only use one type, red gsp 100. that is impressive!
    #6 4-26-09 1:04am




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