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Innovative New Tying Materials from Flymen Fishing Company

Fish-Skull Sculpin Head Flymen Fishing company is releasing this new style of Fish-Skull with a realistic profile (flat and broad) designed to imitate many bottom-dwelling fish species such as sculpins, gobies, and baby catfish. The Fish-Skull Sculpin Head is designed … more

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New Fly-Tying Tools from Peak Fishing

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Peak Rotary Tube Fly Vise Peak‘s new Rotary Tube Fly Vise is made in the U.S.A and backed by Peak’s lifetime warranty. Available with either Peak’s Pedestal Base or C-Clamp, adjustments are simple and easy to make and the vise … more

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New Gear: The Bugometer from Dry Fly Innovations

The Bugometer from Dry Fly Innovations is designed to take the guesswork out of estimating an insect’s actual size.  After figuring out what kind of bug is hatching, the two most important characteristics for an angler to identify are an … more

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Peak Fly Tying Light

Peak Fishing is introducing a new fly tying light for 2011 called the Peak Tying Light.  This LED light runs cool — I grabbed the head after the light had been on for nearly six hours and it was still … more

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Dr. Slick Fly Tying Tools

When Dr. Slick designed their new bent shaft scissors, their main goal was to make it easier for fly tiers to don their scissors without having to fumble around with them or slide them to the edge of their fly tying bench. What they found, however, is that tying with the bent shaft scissors also reduces more

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Clear Cure Goo Offers Tack-Free UV Cured Adhesives

Clear Cure Goo is a one part, UV light cured epoxy that started showing up on fly tying benches in late 2009. The company’s two core products, Clear Cure Goo Thick and Clear Cure Goo Thin, have been a huge hit with fly tiers. This early success allowed the company to expand its product line in mid-2010, when they added two new products: Clear Cure Goo Flexible and Clear Cure Goo Brushable.

In response to customer feedback, Clear Cure Goo recently launched tack free versions of each of their four products. more

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Singlebarbed Adds Tungsten to Its Sixth Finger Scissors

A spring steel fly tying scissor designed to be worn in the palm for the duration of a fly tying session. Enhanced with Tungsten Carbide inserts for 2011, these scissors will better cut through bulky materials. Each pair includes an adjustable screw for disassembly and sharpening more

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Rite Introduces Half Hitch MAG Bobbin

The new “Half Hitch” MAG Bobbin from Rite has several innovative features not yet seen on other bobbins. The O-ring grip doubly acts as a thread-keeper and color code for thread identification. The surgical stainless steel barrel has a slight taper which allows the tier to make a half hitch or whip finish right on the bobbin barrel and easily slip it onto the fly hook — a feature that’s great for tying more

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Fish Pimp Unveils Two New Fly Tying Adhesives

Fish Pimp recently unveiled two new fly tying adhesives.  The first,  Hard Headed, is a water-based cement that has a clear, glossy finish.  It dries quickly and won’t crack or break under extreme weather conditions. The second new fly-tying adhesive … more

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New Products from Hareline Dubbin

Each year Hareline Dubbin adds a smorgasbord of innovative fly tying materials and tools to their catalog, and 2011 will be no exception. more

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