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Rotating Whip Finisher

   

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  • SKU: 642451

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The most popular style of whip finish tool in use today. A Whip Finisher is great tool for beginners to intermediate fly tiers to learn how to finish flies with a very clean and strong half hitch knot. Also allows fly tiers to whip around bead eyes or finish a flies head. Brass construction for long-lasting durability.  
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by a must have this tool is a must have for any serious fly tier! it enables you to make a whip finish incredibly fast and easy! its a little tricky at first to figure it out but once you get it, you are good to go! I wont tie flies without it. February 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Used for years This tool along with a great pair of scissors is a must. I work as a mechanic, so my fingers are rough, making it near impossible to hand finish my flies. I tie all my flies and have used this tool all the way down to a 28 hook. Once I learned to use this tool it is as simple as can be and I get a tight finish. I have been using the same finisher for 10+ yrs. March 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whip Finisher I am new to fly tying and highly recommend this tool to any beginner, it is well worth the money. Easy to use and makes a much better, faster, and easier finish knot than you can doing it manualy. August 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whip Finisher Works great, is a must for quality fly finishing! Easy to use. August 7, 2011
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2 years, 6 months ago
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This whip finishing whip. works great so that you real don't need to be close to the eye. On YouTube there is a great video that show you how to use one. Just go for fly tying tools.
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the smaller one (cheaper one) would be easier for tying closer to the hook. The bigger one is for finishing over material like for pike streamers and stuff like that.
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When you select this item, you can choose between one model priced at $7.99 or the other at $9.99. There is no explanation or description. Are they different sizes or have different features?
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Model FF505 (Item# 642451) and Model FF510 (Item# 922318) Whip Finishers are the same in function. Model FF505 (Item# 642451) is 4 inches in length, has a smaller throat of 1.25 inches and is used for smaller flies. Model FF510 (Item# 922318) is 4.5 inches in length, has a throat size of about 2 inches, and is used for tying larger flies.
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The cheaper one is smaller and is better for finishing right at the eye of the hook. the more expensive one is larger and is used for finishing over material like in pike streamers.
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Size is the differance. One is made for finishing flies with cork or foam bodies where the thread is near the bend of the hook the other is made for finishing flies that have the thread near the eye of the hook.
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