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Tie-Fast Combo Tool

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  • Product Details

    The Ultimate Streamside tool.

    In our opinion there is no better line clipper made.

    The single most practical fly fishing tool ever created. This high-quality combo tool includes; very sharp snips great for cutting heavy line, a nail knot tool provides the simplest way to tie this tricky knot, an eye cleaning needle, and a high quality hook sharpener.
    The Tie fast can be easily sharpened on a sharpening stone and comes with a great set of instructions on how to tie nail knots and line splices.
    Carl has been carrying one of these for over 10 years. 
    This tool is built like a truck, made in the USA.
    *Silver only (black currently not available)

    Got questions? - Drop us a line, we'd love to hear from you.


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4.9 Based on 13 Reviews
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Peter V.
New Zealand New Zealand
Tie Fast combo tool

The tie fast combo tool made it easy to tie the different knots and the line clipper worked perfectly

Michael C.
United States United States
Tie-Fast Combo Tool

This is a great asset for all fly anglers I highly recommend the Tie-Fast Combo Tool… Mike C

Myles G.
New Zealand New Zealand
Tie-fast combo

Very good & useful tool. I found that the instructions could have been better but a quick visit to youtube sorted that out.

New Zealand New Zealand

fishermans version of a swiss army knife, very versatile.

Arno J.
New Zealand New Zealand
Tie-Fast Combo Tool review

Got this tool for fathers day, it looks great, so must be great, and it IS. Works great, super sharp and even comes with instructions for the rare occasion when you really can't remember how to tie a nail or gryp knot :-). One tool you should have on you when you go fishing.