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White River Fly Shop Fly Tying Kit - Trout 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 effective handcrafting trout kit includes material and DVD instruction to tie the following patterns: Wooly Booger, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Nymph, Elk Hair Caddis, Adams, and Flying Ant. These patterns are equally effective for sunfish angling!

White River Fly Shop Fly Tying Kit - Trout Tying 4.5 5 48 48
ADDICTIVE!!!!! That word about sums it up. Everything is there that you need to tie flies. All the bags are labeled and the DVD that came with it is very easy to understand. It teaches you step by step how to tie Wooly buggers, pheasant tail nymphs, hares ear nymphs, Elk hair Caddis, Flying Ants and the Adams. Very good product. Completely satisfied. June 25, 2009
Very Nice Great tying kit for beginners or as a second setup. Plenty of materials with the kit. July 12, 2010
Pleasantly surprised I've wanted to try fly tying for some time. After doing a little shopping, I decided to go with this kit (Trout). Must say that I have been pleasantly surprised by this product. Tools and materials are an excellent value. Can't always say that these days. Materials are well labeled. Vise holds the #12 hooks securely. This was a concern after reading reviews of other starter kits. I've tied my first flies and look forward to MANY more. I'm hooked! July 8, 2014
good product good product. no more joy than catching a fish with a fly that you tied your self May 10, 2009
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is there a bobbin threader

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is the thread strong
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Ya it's pretty nice
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It will break, it is fine 7.0. But with care it works just fine.
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There is not a bobbin threader but I improvised one from a piece of fine wire.
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you can start the thread through the tube of the bobbin and then suck it through with your mouth.....works better and faster than a bobbin threader!
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I believe so
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please include photos, anything that we help me determine if this is the kit i want.
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It's in a small like foot by 7 inches ans it's pretty nice
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only a cardboard box - sorry but the have some small gear bags that you can put it in or just get some shoe box size plastic snap closed boxes to put it all in. So far I have 47 of then for my materials.
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just a box i bought the white river fly tying station wyith this kit its a little pricey but effective but this kit is a phenominal starter it got me HOOKED on fly tying
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NO AND THE BOBBIN IT DOES HAVE HAS BURRS INSIDE IT THAT WILL CUT YOUR THREAD- SO MAKE SURE YOU PUT A HALF HITCH IN EVERY TIME YOU TIE ON SOME MATERIAL.
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no they are standard but will get the job done
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How big is the kit?

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I'm here in Korea and I'm asking my niece to bring one over but she has limited luggage space.
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about 12 inches long and 8 inch. tall about 2 inch high
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it is packed really well. You get alot in a little bit of space
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The box is about 12"x6"x3"
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Box is 11.8" x 7.0" x 3.2"
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In the kits, the tying materials are labeled by their use, not their proper names i.e. "Hackle for Elk Hair Caddis". Could someone please tell me what the real names of the materials are for the items labeled "Hackle for Flying Ant" and "Hackle for Elk Hair Caddis".
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The Hackle is Grizzly Rooster Saddle in Natural and Died Umber
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Both are Coachman brown neck hackle feathers from a rooster cape.
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The vise is a standard Thompson design so it does have the ability to set the angle, but once the fly is locked in, the angle is static. This is not a "rotary" vise.

It will hold flies down to #20.
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It will rotate somewhat, but it is not a rotating vice. smallest fly I have tied with it is a #14 but I think it would hold a #20. Maybe not as well as some of the more expensive vises but I do think it would work all the same.
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Vise does not rotate, like a more expensive vise, but will last you a good while as you learn to make flies.
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yes it can do both
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This is NOT a rotary vice, but it WILL hold small hooks.
4 years, 8 months ago
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I'm brand spankin new to fly fishing, I've never done it in my life. I do know that it is important to match the hatch and all that jazz, but again, I'm a beginner, so would this be a good kit?
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for fly tying yes a good kit but go out and collect some insects to see what your are trying to imitate.
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Yes, I did a lot of research online and this is an excellent kit to start with. The materials are very good quality and it has all the basic tools you need.
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I got this kit as a beginner and it works like a charm. Only thing I recommend is to upgrade the bobbin to a ceramic one or you will be breaking thread.
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For the money and the materials, this is a good kit for beginner. I say this because that is ME, and this kit has performed admirably.
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to the question yes this kit is good for a beginner i my self a beginner have learnd a lot about tieing one addition you want is a bobbin threader.
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This is a great (and cheap but not in value) little kit for starting out tying your very own flies, it comes with everything you need and instuctions on how to make everything (ala the DVD). I also am new to the whole fly fishing and tying scene and I'm more then pleased with this purchase. Also with the materials they give you your able to make other flies then the ones they list (go on the net too look or buy some books, I would deff recommend picking up some books).
I personaly will be using these flys for Bass, brookies and rainbows in my area.
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Hair, feathers, hooks, head cement, dubbing materials, tools, video, chenille, thread, lead, wire.
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To shorten the answer I'll tell you what can be made with the materials available...

approx 10 dry fly size 12 hooks
approx 10 dry fly size 14 hooks
Plus materials to make 20 or so dry flies including flying ants, adams fly, or elk hair caddis

approx 10 wet nymph size 12 hooks
approx 10 wet nymph size 14 hooks
Plus materials to make 20 or so pheasant tail nymph or gold ribbed hares ear

approx 10 streamer/nymph size 6 hooks
Plus materials to make 10 wooly buggers.

all of the tools and a step by step dvd instruction video are included.

There are more than enough materials to make excess flies beyond the number of hooks if you purchase more hooks. This also depends on how much material is wasted while producing flies.

You may want to buy an extra bobbin or two and a bobbin threader (approx $10-15 more dollars) but its not necessary.

I'm impressed with the amount of materials enclosed. I found it to be more than what I anticipated.
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I'd like to know the specifics of what is included in this kit. Like a list of the feathers , hair, hook sizes etc..
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It's got marabou, hare's mask, turkey quill, a few different kinds of hackle, elk hair, and 2 kinds of dry fly hooks, 2 types of nymph hooks, a pack of streamer hooks, and a bunch of other stuff. The materials are everyting you need to tie the flies featured in the video, but you'll need a couple more tools from home.
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