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    What would be a decent vice to just tie crappie jigs
    I dont tie a whole bunch my old vice is wore out an i never really liked it anyways

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    I really like my Mongoose. But if I were to buy another one it would be a Peak.

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    Peak...Name:  BB36662C-CEFF-4339-905B-DE277E124C63-1888-000000E8BBDB101E.JPG
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    I’m just like Tahoe, Mongoose but would buy peak.
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    Regal - easiest vise to tye on

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    Quote Originally Posted by LedHed View Post
    Regal - easiest vise to tye on
    This ^^^^
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    Here is a little more info discussed on an earlier thread

    https://www.crappie.com/crappie/jig-...ut-tying-vise/

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    Know itís not the most popular name but I tie in a dyna king and I love it. Iím rough on stuff and it stays outdoors... does what I say every time. BUT I donít tie a lot.
    I will say this, if LedHed puts his stamp on something, you can take it to the bank. Not saying donít pay attention to other opinions, just saying he knows vices and molds and bluegill tying AND fishing better than anyone in the country. I know that for fact. And some pretty good fisherman agree with him , so may wanna try a Regal.
    Or might even wanna ask him if he has one to sell out of his collection.


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    I like several different vises, own a Renzetti and have tied on a Peak and liked it, but never tied on a regal and also respect Ledheds word.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.

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    My two cents-- I dont think you will go wrong with any of the major companies products. Stay away from the knock offs as the inferior hard ware and materials will create problems over time.

    My humble opinion for you -- Get yourself a Peak and don't look back. It is a great product at a very fair price and is perfect for what you said you were going after and that is tying crappie jigs. I use mine daily and tie jigs from 1/80 oz to 1/2 oz and the Peak handles them all. The other high end vises are SUPERB but are more suited for tying flies. I do not use the rotary feature on every jig but it is nice when you need it.

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