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    hi all, im new to the forum and i must say its a damn good forum
    anyway im not sure if this is the right section but im looking to get peoples opinions on beginner vise up to 75$.
    it will be used for bigger flies mainly as i fish for striped bass when i visit ma and pike.muskie and carp in colorado so i wont be upset if i sacrifice on the smaller end of hooks
    thanks

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    Do a search on vises for more info.

    my suggestion is a griffin. They can be had for your price range, and they are good, solid rotary vises for the money.

    Peace.
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    I would second Griffin. I enjoy tying on my Spyder.
    Bang for the buck is pretty good.

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    for $100 bucks i might go with a renzetti apprentice. it would handle the flies you want to tie.

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    Poor quality materials and tools are destined to discourage beginner tiers and cause greater expense when the time comes to replace them.

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    I am completely satisfied with my Griffin Spider vise. I can't see the need of spending more money. I originally got the version with the C-clamp that attaches to the edge of a desk, but then bought the heavy pedestal base and much prefer that. I also added the parachute attachment.


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    If you can pay a bit more, there is a Renzetti Traveller on Ebay:

    Renzetti Fly Tying Vise | eBay

    Hook and hackle is having a sale on their E-Z rotary vise. I've heard some nice comments about this vise as a descent inexpensive vise. Get the pedestal vise and the bobbin holder for less than your budget.

    E-Z Rotary Vises-Hook & Hackle

    Reviews of the E-Z vise:

    Zephr EZ Rotary Fly Tying Vise Review

    Opinions of EZ rotary vise?

    Does anyone use the "Zephr EZ Rotary Vise"
    Regards,

    Silver



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    here is a link to reviews sorted by price.

    http://www.flyfishohio.com/Vise%20Review%201/so_many_vises_$50-$100.htm

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    I think the Griffen spider will fit the bill, looks well build and well priced
    Thanks guys for the help

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    I'd definitely get a rotary vise. I'd look at the one Orvis has for about 70 bucks. I'm sorry I didn't buy it.

    Randy

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    Now that I've looked a bit more I'm kinda leaning towards a griffen 2a

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