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Fishpond Coyote Fly Tying Kit

Fishpond Coyote Fly Tying Kit

All the bells and whistles for the serious tier. Molded construction to protect fragile tying materials. If something is missing, let us know. Features : Durable molded EVA construction Rugged 1680 ballistic nylon fabric Two exterior padded pockets for vice and components Integrated internal vise storage pocket with two zippered compartments Eight large "see-through" zippered mesh material pockets Velcro® lined interior permits attachment of additional accessory pouches Large 10" x 16" zippered mesh pocket Four 10" clear tubes for thread spools Two 4.5" x 9" x 1" molded plastic organizing boxes for hooks, beads etc. Nine 4"x 6" resealable clear poly bags with Velcro® binding attachment Six 5"x 7" resealable clear poly bags with Velcro® binding attachment Nine 3" x 4.5" resealable clear poly bags with Velcro® binding attachment Padded airmesh handle Removable and adjustable padded shoulder strap Volume : 1,400 cu. in. Dimensions : 20" x 14" x 5" Colors : Moss Green/Steel Blue Steel Blue/Moss Green Fishpond products are backed by a Fishpond Guarantee Free Shipping Driven by Design Fishpond was created with the philosophy that innovation and design be the foundation for every product in our collection. We want to set the standard by which our competition is measured. We understand great design is about more than dynamic color combinations and versatile fabrics. Our designs blend style with functionality-yielding products known for their creativity, durability and value. Each fishpond design is inspired by our own angling experiences and travel adventures-resulting in products that perform flawlessly under the most demanding conditions. We thrive on creating new products that exceed customer expectations. We're committed to being on the cutting-edge. We're driven by design. The Ripple Effect Much of the success of fishpond is directly attributable to the passion and love we have for the outdoors. Each of us, over the years, has approached conservation in a personal way. We practice responsible stewardship and believe that every small act counts. We call it the "Ripple Effect"-the collective impact of individuals performing in an environmentally conscious manner and leading to lasting change-in thinking, in deeds and in results. Conservation of our natural world is a shared responsibility and we are proud fishpond is creating its own ripples in 2008. We're starting small-looking for ways to reduce our footprint on the environment while continuing to provide the highest levels of quality and value in every fishpond product. From an examination of our source materials to an analysis of our business processes, we're committed to being thorough and more cognizant of our impact as a company. We're confident these steps will yield positive results for both our company and our environment. With each step forward-each new ripple we create-we move closer to becoming a company that embodies our vision for what the fishpond brand can be.

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Kenney's fly-tying skills are impressive

Among the fly tiers assembled at the Brewer Auditorium on Sunday, Sam Kenney was neither the most experienced nor the best known. That didn't keep Selene Dumaine from stopping by for a quick visit during the Penobscot Fly Fishers' Fly Tying Symposium.If you're one of those who knows someone who ... (Publication: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME))

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The ties that bind/ Reasons for fly tying can be as unique as the individual fisherman

Take a fly fisher who's been at it for a while, and chances are he's also tried his hand at fly tying. Fly tying - the art, the craft, the hobby, the challenge, the reward.Fly tying - the fashioning of something out of feathers, fur, flashy synthetic materials and who knows what all else into ... (Publication: The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO))

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Some anglers are fit to be tied; Fly-tying can add enjoyment to fishing. Locally, there are several places to learn the craft.

The lingering fall and warm winter probably postponed many indoor activities for sportsmen. Fishing season will be here quickly, which means that those who tie flies had better put in some time at the tying vise soon. Those who do not tie their own flies, but would like to, still have time to ... (Publication: LNP)

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Third Annual Fly-Tying Event in Fayetteville Scheduled for March 19

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- The following information was released by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission: The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the Fayetteville chapter of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing are holding the Third Annual Marabou Madness Fly-Tying Event on March 19 from 9 a.m. to 7 ... (Publication: States News Service)

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3rd Annual Fly-Tying Event in Fayetteville Scheduled for March 19

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Feb. 19 -- The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission issued the following news release:The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the Fayetteville chapter of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing are holding the Third Annual Marabou Madness Fly-Tying Event on March 19 from 9 ... (Publication: US Fed News Service, Including US State News)

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Introductory Class Explores Fine Art of Fly Tying in Brewer

BREWER, Maine -- On a cold winter night, at the end of a dark gravel road, the parking lot is full. Inside, 32 students gather around tables with piles of fish hooks, feathers and other materials in front of them as Rob Dunnett walks them through the finer points of a woolly worm.Yes, a woolly ... (Publication: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME))

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