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fly tying vise

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I would like to start tying my own jigs, mostly panfish size, anyone have any recommendations as to a reasonable starter model/brand? I don't know anything about what jaw size I would need, any advice? I figure around fifty bucks

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Hulk --
If you can get to the Annandale area, or if you want to pay postage, I have a Royal Coachman Vise you can have. Free, no strings. It sits here collecting dust, and has never been used.

I haven't tied flies since Boy Scout days, and that's a long time ago.

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NotoriousBLM --
If you can get to Annandale sometime, let me know and I'll meet you. Throw out a day and time and I'll look for you at Subway on Hwy 55 on east edge of town.

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Hulk hasn't answered. Anyone else out there want a free vise? (Note spelling---
not vice!)

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If its still available, and you are sure you want to give it away, I'll take and put it to use. I live in Becker, so I could pick it up.

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From the weather report, it sounds OK. That should be ahead of the storm predicted to start tomorrow (Saturday). If roads are already bad, we'll postpone it -- No $15 vise is worth a bad road risk. You can email me at disker@lkdllink.net if you wish.

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