Re: What fly tying tools do I need?
Mark, That looks really good. I think you have everything covered.
One comment might be that a lot of saltwater flies; particularly those that people like Kenny Abrames tie for Stripers, do use hair, so a hairstacker is a good basic addition to tying those types of flies. For that reason, you might want to drop your comment about not needing a hairstacker for salt water patterns. Just a thought.