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Old 06-29-2009, 11:05 AM
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Default Re: good starter kit

Cabela's Tying Kit

ok so just last year i started with this kit and liked it the only really bad thing i had with it is the bobbin was metal and would fray my thread, and if it bothers you the hackle is dyed but to learn on i dont think that reeally matters now this year i am looking at upgrading the vise just because i want a rotary and not a stationary but if you just want to give flytying a try you may consider this kit


oh yea ps i got the master kit just because its vise looked a little stronger and more durable
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