Understanding the Turmoil of Tube Flies - The concept of tube flies is fairly well known, but we still get questions about the basic ideas as well as some of the new tube systems. This theme tries to answer them. - Global FlyFisher

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Rooney brass tubes


Rooney Tube Works has two types: light and heavy. The tubes are polished and should not fray your leader. They come in lengths from ½ inch to 2½ inches (heavy) or 3 inches (light).

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted February 18th 2010

Butch,

Order what? Rooney tubes? Well, you go to an online shop and find them. And order there.
I have written about a thousand of these "we are not a shop" replies, but I still have to say it again and again: We are not a shop!

BTW: Rooney Tubes seems to be out of business, so you will have to look for other brands.

Martin


From: Butch Brenaman · beaglescout02·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted February 18th 2010

How do I order and how much are we talking for each product?
Thank you in advance.
Butch Brenaman



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