The hackle pliers model CFT-120 works perfectly for normal hackles as well for parachutes. The pliers have a pair of superb grips on the clip and, plenty of purchase area under the flared points too. The flexible rubber neck... Read more
Top-of-the-line bobbin holder loaded with great features that will help you improve as a fly tyer.
This bobbin is for tying the biggest of flies and for applying maximum pressure when tying in materials such as deer hair, bucktail and flash.
C&F Bobbin Gravity System consists of a brass center shaft and brake knobs
For adding extra weight to the bobbin and extra tension on the tying thread.
For quickly and safely feeding tying thread into bobbins.
3-in-1 Bobbin holds 3 different threads in one unit, and provides an ideal solution for a travel tying kit. Unused thread ends are held in place with the rubber gasket between each spool.
No more frustration due to messy spools! These rings securely hold the end of wire or tinsels for easy access.
An extremely versatile tool for twisting dubbing in loops.
A weight-type tool to create a dubbing loop. Particularly good for spinning dubbing in wires.
A handy dubbing twister that is perfectly suited for nymphs and streamers.
The biggest brother in our Stacker lineup. Ideal for evening up the material tips for big streamers.
For tying the smallest flies in the fly box with super-thin tying thread.
A swiveling hackle pliers that shares the same head as CFT-120
Designed to wind flat materials such as goose/turkey biot smoothly with the head twisted 9 degrees from our standard Hackle Pliers.
A cleverly designed whip finisher that will greatly improve the way you finish off your flies.
A multi-purpose dubbing needle that comes with an integrated brush and half-hitcher.
A clever tool that makes finishing up flies lightning quick.
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This comb is perfect for brushing wooly fibres/underfur out of wing materials. Also, a great tool for untangling long dubbing fibres.
For tying the smallest of flies and getting into detail.
See things from the perspective of the fishA Useful to check your fly’s impression on the water from beneath.
An innovative stand for organized tying or for displaying finished flies