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Video: Peak Fishing Large Iron Retention Vices

Al Ritt from PEAK Fishing sets us straight on the newest way to hold large hooks and how the company's award winning LIRS (Large Iron Retention System) achieves that goal for the growing number of longer-shanked flies and heavier thread applications.

Video: PEAK Jurassic Series Large Iron Retention System

Al Ritt, brand manager for PEAK fishing products, explains the company's LIRS or Large Iron Retention System, for tying massive offshore flies or other conventional pieces for anywhere over-sized hooks are needed. From PEAK: With the growing popularity of large fresh and saltwater predator flies, sharks, offshore flies and jigs for halibut, grouper, lake...

Podcast Interview: Peak Fishing's Al Ritt

Al Ritt, brand manager of Peak Fishing, gives us the skinny on fly tying robots (sorta), fly tying in practice, and how Peak's fly tying vices and equipment, which are completely made in Loveland, Colorado, came to have a background in mechanical automation. Direct download: MidCurrent Interviews Al Ritt "I always laugh when I hear the phrase 'hand tied...

New Fly-Tying Tools from Peak Fishing

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 can be used right handed or left handed without needing to make any conversion adjustments. The chuck will handle pins from...

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 cool to the touch. The light provides up to 300 lumens with minimal power consumption.  The full spectrum white color light source attaches to any 3/8-inch...