Published Nov 19. 2017 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 19. 2017

Stonfo Kaiman Vise Review

Selecting a fly tying vise can be very difficult! In this video, I share one that I recommend frequently to others, the Stonfo Kaiman. This vise is manufactured by an Italian company and offers incredible hook-holding power. During the video, I discuss the vise in detail and show hooks from a size 32 (yes, that's correct!) up to a 5/0.

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Vice relisbility...

P.O.S. Spits small flies, don't even need to be touching them.
A $50 vice grips better than this garbage.


Did you keep the vise? How small hooks? I’ve read they need to be seated like on the regals deeply.


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