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06-04-2017 11:00 PM
S-L Id sell you my 720.... But im not giving it up !

On a serious note, go with what feels right in your hands, the jaws are the real deal breaker for me. Brand names aside, what feels right to you within your budget is the perfect vise.
05-29-2017 04:13 AM
Donald Kiser My introduction to fly tying came from LL Beanís Ultimate Guide to fly fishing along with a Cabelaís fly tying kit. The book, among other things, provided pages of the most popular patterns and the kit included an assortment of material and a basic vise.
02-18-2017 12:45 PM
predator vise whats left to contribute? I have put my best flies up, taught plenty of noobs important things, and the "plug" as you put it are to further the future of tying. be honest this place is a ghost town from what is was. guess jumping on folks for nothing is still the way it is around here. peace out
02-17-2017 11:06 PM
dallasdb Apparently he used to contribute too much and got banned!
02-17-2017 11:06 PM
02-17-2017 10:13 PM
Originally Posted by predator vise View Post
force fly fishing inc. predator model nothing better
Got anything other than product plugs to contribute to the forum?
02-17-2017 11:56 AM
predator vise force fly fishing inc. predator model nothing better
01-09-2017 07:18 PM
SlabSeeker Yes you get what you pay for, but don't forget that sometimes you buy the proverbial shaft when dropping big dollars, especially in outdoor recreation products. Most "flagship" items come with hefty prices with little advantage to the meat found in the middle. $10,000 titanium reel? Really? LMAO

Questions I would ask myself:
What does X offer that will improve my tying ability over my current X?
Do I really "need" the extra option I'm after?
Is the extra money really worth the upgrade I'm after?
If the answer is yes to all three I'd buy the vise.

Expensive vises will not break you of bad tying habits. lol
11-15-2016 11:33 AM
hannaar85 I really enjoy my Norvise. The Automatic Bobbin kit really makes this shine and stand out from other systems. You can usually catch them on sale from around the holidays.
11-13-2016 01:38 PM
rotary vise

I started out on a renzetti traveler about 1995,tied on that one till about 2006,11 years.Bought the 2000 presentation vise ,sold the traveler on ebay.Tied on the presentation till this year when i bought the renzetti master vise,never owned or tied on any other brand.In the 25 or so years of tying on renzetti vises i have not had one single problem,nothing comes close in quality and reliability PERIOD.
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