Published Oct 14. 2021 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 16. 2021

Which fly tying vise do I buy?

Buying a fly tying vise is no easy decision! This video goes over the main types of vises, as I share similarities, differences, and characteristics I look for when purchasing. Suggestions are given to help when you ask others for advice. This is a very personal decision that relates to the types of flies that you tie. Good luck making a decision, and feel free sharing this video with others who are also considering a new vise.

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Euro nymphing setup:
Rod: Orvis Helios 3F 10'6" 3 weight -
Reel: Ross Evolution LTX -
Line: Cortland Competition Braid Core -
Orvis Safe Passage Sling:
Tippet: Cortland Ultra Premium -

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