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The chief reason for a fly tying vise is to hold a snare safely.
The capacity of a fly tying vise is to hold a snare with the goal that it won't slip or move during the tying procedure, yet simultaneously not create any perceptible harm to snare finish or structure. Weight on the snare well past this "protected" point turns into a risk.
A significant test for vise creators is the manner by which to hold bigger snares safely. For little snares, the fashioner has an alternate concern- - how to give the best access to the snare once it is mounted in the jaws.
Fly tying is
a delicate craft, one that requires a steady hand and a stable work surface to ensure
the creation to inch-perfect flies that perfectly encapsulate the look and presence
of their flesh and blood counterparts.
While the solution
for a steady hand falls outside of our current sphere of knowledge, we here at
Maxcatch can provide a solution to help stabilize your work surface and thus safeguard
your flies from unwarranted and unprovoked movements that could potentially
ruin hours of hard work in the form of our specially-designed vises.
full 360-degree rotation and forged from carbon and aluminium, our range of
vises are a sure-fire of safeguarding your flies by providing a stable and secure