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Scissors

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fly Fishing' started by Clouser bob, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. Clouser bob

    Clouser bob

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    I'm in need of some new scissors for tying, can anyone recommend a quailty moderately priced pair suitable for my needs?
     
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  3. B L Z Bub

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    Hi Bob

    For saltie tying, the anvil range is very good. Paid around £20 from memory. Bought others cheaper but binned once I had these. Cheaper in the long run to buy the best. Friend gave me a pair of tiemco's, just as good but hard to track down.
     
  4. Clouser bob

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    Thank you B L Z, I opted for round nose plastic scissors in the end for health and safety reasons
     
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