Indian tube tool

This tool has no mechanisms at all to hold onto the tube and is essentially useless

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2015

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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted November 16th 2014


I bought mine in Denmark, but don't remember where. It should be widely available in different forms online and in physical shops, but a fair warning: it's totally useless for tying tube flies. The tube will come loose and spin freely on the mandrel no matter how much you tighten it.


From: Stan Reynolds · onnon·at·  Link
Submitted November 15th 2014

Where can I purchase the Indian Tube Tool??

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