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#16 Flyninho


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Posted 14 November 2017 - 09:39 AM



I'm also fairly new to fly fishing and was also wondering where to buy tying materials. I've tried several ones and they were all pretty good.

Couple weeks ago I bought this trout season 2018 kit from The Popper Company. It contained a lot of finished flies, tying kits , materials such as epoxy eyes, popper bodies, fluoro fibre, etc....  .   


I think I will have close to 100 flies and I paid 120$ for it. That is a bargain, I think 


Here is the link to that kit



#17 mikechell



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Posted 14 November 2017 - 11:14 AM

Flyninho, you have a Private Message.

Barbed hooks rule!
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