Rising Fly Tying Kit

Rising Fly Tying Kit
Rising Fly Tying Kit
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Fly Tying Kit by Rising
Tying flies may have started as just a way to pass the time when you couldn't be out fishing, but now that you're looking to add the Rising Fly Tying Kit to your arsenal of fly tying tools, you could say things are getting pretty serious. This kit includes Rising's Stellar Scissors, TieUp dubbing tool, Threada, Stout Bodkin, Stubby Sheppard, Simple Hackle Holda, and a coaster for your favorite fly tying beverage.

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SKU: RIS000J
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