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Old 10-20-2007, 07:04 PM
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Default Re: good starting kit?

I would agree with the advice you have received so far. It's all good. First I would invest in the best vise you can afford. Most kit vises aren't worth a dime and that is the most important tool you will use. After that, get a good pair of scisors. Then figure out exactly what flies you want to tye and get the appropriate materials. A small amount of material goes a loooong way.
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