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  1. I previously had a fly tying setup that i had built up over a few years but lost it in a unfortunate incident. I am wanting to replace everything and start tying again. Does anyone have any advice if whether or not the kits with the vise, tools and materials are any good, I have looked at the Orvis kits and a few others and they all run between $150-$200. Just try to start out on the right foot this time around. Thank You in advance for any help.
  2. I've only been fly fishing for about 5 years now but am hooked. I've upgraded my original reel and purchased a new rod and reel (3wt which is really exciting with a nice sized trout on). Anyway, with more time on the water, I've started going through more flies. I really want to get into tying my own. I've heard to not even bother with a kit, which is the way I'm leaning, but was looking for some input and/or a list of tools/brand names to start amassing my own collection of "better quality" equipment. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
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