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  1. Good Afternoon Gents: I'm hoping you guys can help me out once more. I'm starting to amass all the material, tools, and equipment to start fly tying and am having a blast doing all the research! I have recently ordered some tools from Renzetti but find their offering is just short of what I need. Do you guys know of any fly tying tools (besides Renzetti) that are made here in the USA? Also, can anyone give me a lead on a company that offers waxed thread in a kit form, instead of buying them all individually. Thanks again.
  2. Wow! That's a lot of info. Thank you very much for all the help and guidance. I can't wait to get started. I think when the fly shop up in Hayward, WI opens back up I'll go see the guys and try a few out. Take care all and thank you again.
  3. Good Morning all: This is my first post on this forum, and I'm brand new to tying. Looking at the array of vices available I'm really liking the Regal Revolution. My question is: Can this vice be used to tie a streamer in the rotating position? Just wondering if there is enough room behind the jaw for a longer tail. Also, is there something available similar to the Norvise system whereby I can hang the bobbin and have enough room to apply dubbing by rotating the head? Thank you all in advance for any guidance.
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