Monday, October 20, 2014

Fly Products...Loon Outdoors Tippet Stack & Rigging Foams


-$15.95

Description

The most convenient and versatile way to store tippet! Original design allows for either hanging or fastening to a belt, strap or pack, and makes storage and retrieval of tippet simple.

Features

  • Tippet storage system
  • Holds up to 5 tippet spools
  • Carabineer attachment
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Aluminum construction

Directions for use

Loosen barrel lock, add tippet, and secure using barrel lock. Clip to pack or vest, or fasten to belt or strap. 





-$6.95 (3 pack)

Description

Sturdy, reusable housing for rigs using multiple nymphs, dry dropper set ups, or a single dry on a leader, allowing for pre-rigging and quick changes on the water.

Features

  • Stores rigged flies and tippet
  • Allows for quick fly changes
  • Minimizes waste
  • Identical size to common tippet spools

Directions for use

Rig fly or flies as desired for fishing; insert hook into foam, then wrap leader/tippet around Rigging Foam.



Boom...Morgan

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