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wire tying tool for fly tyer?


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#1 big al 1

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Posted 25 November 2013 - 01:05 AM

I am looking to buy a tool for twisting wire tool for my tying bench, there are
a few that I am looking at, there is one by an Italian company name Stonfo
but I don't know if I can buy it in the state.If there anyone who is using a tool
or using one would they please post the name the company or the correct
name.

#2 Flat Rock native

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 11:25 PM

I am looking to buy a tool for twisting wire tool for my tying bench, there are
a few that I am looking at, there is one by an Italian company name Stonfo
but I don't know if I can buy it in the state.If there anyone who is using a tool
or using one would they please post the name the company or the correct
name.

Tackl Tool once available from Jann's Netcraft is a must have for wire twisters but I guess it depends on what you are needing to do.  I have 4 different ones for building spinning lures, all work a bit differently and have pro-con aspects.  Others are available from Cabela's  and other sources.  Good hunting


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#3 tidewaterfly

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Posted 01 December 2013 - 12:58 PM

Hagen's has a couple of tools in their catalog for wire forming. Pretty heavy duty tools too. www.hagensfish.com