If you tie a lot of bead head flies, then your life just got a whole lot easier. Not only will the beadmaster tool thread beads on tying hooks in half the time, but it will cut down on a lot of the frustration we all face when doing it the old fashion way. Simply place your beads on the magnetic pad (included) with the counter drilled hole facing up, push the corresponding size socket down on the bead, lift, thread the hook through the hole from the bottom of the socket and you're done.
The bend a blade is the first fly tying tool designed to work with standard double edge razor blades for trimming deer hair, and is extremely easy to use. Simply pull the arms apart and place the razor blade in the notch. When the blade is held securely in place you can slide the bottom collar up the arms to bend the razor at the desired angle, making it easy to make great looking deer hair heads on patterns like the sex dungeon, heifer groomer, and zoo cougar. The bend a blade is a must for those tiers that do a lot of hair work, and works great with wilkinson double edge razor blades.
Cohen's fugly packer is like no other hair packer we've encountered. It has finger guards for your protection, so you can apply maximum force without worry of slipping into a hook point. The fugly packer measures in at just over six inches long for comfort and stability. The front of the packer is beveled and a has a hole that accommodates most larger hook sizes. This is the hair packer of all hair packers and proudly made in the USA.
Cohen's junior fugly packer is made a little smaller than the original fugly packer. This is a perfect hair packer for smaller bass bugs, bombers, muddlers or whatever else needs hair tightly packed on a hook. Fits like a charm in the palm of your hand all with the same toughness, durability and safety of the original. 5 inches long and 1/2 wide.
Dan Bailey's tyers tubes provide a unique solution to organizing otherwise hard to store materials. The transparent tubes protect and organize spools, flash, and feathers. Tyer's tubes don't compromise the integrity of the material and provides visual access to the contents inside. Measuring at 1"x 10.5", the spool tube can hold up to 8 spools of thread, tinsel, wire, or 3-4 packs of flash. The pheasant tube is perfect for pheasant tails and ostrich plumes, and measures in at 1.5"x 23".
Dr. Slick all purpose scissors come in a medium length of 4 inches long with blades designed for small, medium, and large flies. If you could only choose one fly tying scissor to have in your traveling kit, this would be the one to have. Dr. Slick all purpose scissors are perfect for natural materials and can handle most synthetics as well.
Short, fine-bladed scissor designed for small flies and detail work. The notch at the base of the blades is designed for cutting wire and lead. Excellent for natural materials and can handle most synthetics. Great scissor for in-hand tyers.
Dr. Slick hair scissors feature long, heavy blades designed for large flies and tough materials. If you work with hair or other heavy materials, this is a true workhorse. Excellent for natural materials and can handle most synthetics.
These thin serrated blades are razor sharp, and make short work of both natural and synthetic materials. They also feature an adjustable tension knob, and are made from 440 grade steel. Simply put, Dr Slick Razor Scissors are some of the best fly tying scissors on the market, and the four inch length also make them a great choice for in-hand tying.
This large Dr. Slick stainless steel hair stacker is made from 400 grade stainless steel and features very low static build up. This is a great choice for stacking medium to large clumps of hair and measures in at 2.75" long.