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White River Fly Shop Fly Tying Kit - Bass Tying

   

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One of the most rewarding experiences in fly fishing is catching a fish on a fly of your own creation. To help you reach that goal, the folks at White River Fly Shop® have created this series of fly-tying kits that include everything you'll need to learn how to tie your favorite flies - including a FREE instructional DVD featuring Lefty Kreh! In this kit, you'll find high-quality tools, vise, hooks, and materials, all carefully selected to make your introduction to fly tying simple and enjoyable. The bass fly kit provides material and DVD instruction for tying the following patterns: Bendback Streamer, Lefty's Deceiver, Clouser Deep Minnow (baby bass), Lefty's Popping Bug, Hackle Fly (seducer), Deer Hair Diver (frog), and Deer Hair Popper (frog).

White River Fly Shop Fly Tying Kit - Bass Tying 4.2 5 18 18
good purchase is a good kit to start your own flys and also to ad some atraction to some of your lures. March 15, 2011
Good Bargain to Get Started in Fly Tying I went with this kit for a couple of reasons. First is that, since I'm getting into fly-tying for the first time, I wanted enough materials to make a variety of flies. I didn't want to have to decide which flies I was going to tie and buy materials based on that, so this kit was great. I selected the bass kit because I am a fishing generalist, and many of the patterns and materials work well for both panfish and saltwater. For trout, I had to buy some additional materials and hooks. Second is the video, which is excellent, and Lefty is just a hoot to listen to. He likes to say "Head See-Ment", which makes my kids laugh. He also explains the steps well enough for me to make all of the flies, although I still need some practice with the deer hair bugs. The quality of the dear hair and bucktail were both very good. The other materials are average quality and plenty good enough for me. The vice is useable, but not the most straightforward to adjust. Drawbacks: There are only a few hooks included, 4 or 5 of each style, and all of them were in the 1/0 size. Good for learning, but pretty large to throw with a fly rod, and tying a few each of the flies in the video will use up almost all of the hooks provided. Also, no whip finisher is included. Rather, the video explains how to use your fingers to make a whip finish. I thought "no way", but after a few flies, I got the hang of it. But I have found that for smaller flies (trout flies), a whip finishing tool becomes more important. April 13, 2013
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looks like a vise, scissors, bobbin, bodkin and hackle pliers if you ask me......
 
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IS there like a box that all of this comes in and does the vise go i a slot in the box or does it just come with all of that in a cardboard box.
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The vise clamps on the side of a table or bench that is up to 1 3/4 inches thick The entire kit is contained in a single box with the vise, bobbin, hackle pliers and bodkin contained in an inner box
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The entire kit comes in a tidy little box with everything you need to start tying flies. The vise is a clamp style with enough adjustment built into it to attatch to almost any table or work bench. the quality of the kit is top notch and the value is great! You'll really enjoy this kit, mine is almost 2 years old and still works like new after tying more than a thousand flies!
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Short answer - No. Not unless you take the hook out of the vise and re-set your "grip angle"
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No, once the fly is clamped, the angle is static. Rotating will change the angle of the fly or loosen the jaws. This is not a rotary vise.
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Not the way a rotating vise does but yes you can rotate the vise.
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is it good for starter

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Yes - however, you decide to continue with this hobby (obsession), you will probably want to upgrade to a better - more versitile vise
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I would highly recommend this for a starter.
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Yes, everything you need to start tying is included
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Yes! For a starter, or for an experienced tier as well, I would recommend this kit. It has everything you'll need to get started and enough material to tie flies for a long time!
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The kit contains enough material for at least a couple of dozen flies, if not more
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This kit comes with a lot of material! I've tied all of the flies in the instructional video and have made a dozen more patterns of my own, and still have enough material to tie many, MANY more! You'll be very pleased with everything in this kit and it'll keep you busy for a very long time!
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More than enough to make several of the flies in the kit.
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The kit includes enough material for most people to tie plenty of flies. I suggest enlarging the image and comparing the material packs with the DVD to see if there is enough for what you want to do.
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