Tenkara Fly-Tying Kit (UPGRADED)
With a vise made in Loveland, Colorado, this fly-tying kit has all you need to tie a variety of tenkara flies with a vise that is well-built and long-lasting.¬†. .
We want to show you that fly-tying is actually simple. In addition to a collection of videos and other resources we're putting together to get you into fly-tying, here's a kit that has everything you need and nothing you don't.
1 - Pedestal-style non-rotary vise by Peak Fishing, made in the USA
2 - Hen soft hackle
3 - Rooster neck hackle
4 - Peacock herl
5 - 25 hooks, size 12, barbless, by Allen Fly Fishing
6 - 25 hooks, size 8, barbed, by Allen Fly Fishing
7 - 2 spools of heavy polyester thread, gray and black
8 - Set of tools by Terra containing: bobbin holder, bodkin, hackle pliers, scissors, whip-finisher
9 - Fly-tying booklet by Tenkara USA
In addition to the kit, we're making available a wide collection of resources for you to learn more about fly-tying.
Tenkara Fly-Tying Videos (Watch Videos)
1% of the sale value of this item will be donated to conservation efforts.
Great vice for non rotary. Ties flies very well and the tools function well. Have tied a bunch up and found the included supplies to be of good quality. Plenty to tie slot of tenkara flies. While tying, I did have lots of thread breaks. Perhaps down the road a better bobbin. Could also be my technique lacking real skill! Either way, this set up is a solid purchase for a beginner like myself. Much more cost effective to tie your own tenkara flies. They are also very easy to tie after watching the videos here in the forums.
Good, basic setup. Vise seems well made and the base is nice and heavy. Non rotary. I tied a few flies and it does what it is supposed to do. No complaints.