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02-12-2008 11:45 PM
Re: redquill's vise featured this month...

Parachutes are always my first choice..... they can be tough to tie. What a great idea! I hope redquill hits a home run with this new design.
02-12-2008 03:10 PM
Re: redquill's vise featured this month...

Sweet looking vice!
02-12-2008 11:09 AM
Re: redquill's vise featured this month...

Thats a great looking vise. I seen it a couple of months ago when he posted it. Thanks for sharing.
02-12-2008 10:44 AM
armchair angler
Re: redquill's vise featured this month...

ya, vincent is pretty cool. i've fished with him and then talked vise and fishing equipment deficencies for hours and hours on the drive.

good for him!
02-12-2008 10:24 AM
redquill's vise featured this month...

We have another CFF celebrity in the house...

redquill had posted a link and info about his vise in the fly tying section a few months back, looks as though it's picking up steam and people are jumping on board. Might just be my next vise.

I just got the newsletter today from Front Range Anglers in Boulder and they have a feature on redquill's new vise and are carrying it also!!!

Here's the excerpt:

Front Range Anglers is now offering the 720 Rotary Vise developed by Vincent Su. This unique product is designed to allow the tyer to take advantage of vertical and horizontal rotation (hence the name, Rotary 70). The vertical ability makes tying parachute patterns a breeze. Stop in and we'll demo the product for you.
Here's a video link (hope it works):

I've had the great experience of fishing with redquill a couple of times last summer, on my maiden float trips. He was not only a really nice guy but patient and extremely helpful. Couldn't happen to a nicer more dedicated guy.

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