Fly Boxes

Gray’s Tube Fly Box

A superb tube fly box ideal for holding needle tubes and other small tube flies, waterproof with clear lid and magnetic base to help hold needle tubes and hooks in place when opened.

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Needle Fly Kit

A kit for tying needle flies, comprising needle, hooks and tubing.

NOTE: This kit is for making Needle Flies (i.e. flies dressed on sewing needles) – NOT Needle Tube Flies. The Needle Fly was devised in the late nineteen nineties and precedes the more recently developed needle tubes as shown elsewhere throughout this shop.

The Needle Fly was devised by John Gray, as a slim and lightweight alternative to tube flies and Waddingtons, for late night sea trout fishing on the River Earn in Perthshire. It also proved effective for salmon.

This kit has been put together for those who would like to tie their own Needle Flies but might find some of the components ( such as PVC tubing) not readily available. It does not include fly tying tools or standard fly tying materials. This kit should be purchased and handled only by adults with some experience of fly tying. Included in the kit are two Needle Flies tied by John Gray.

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HMH Tube Fly Tool

HMH Tube Fly Tool complete with four free sample needle tubes.

This Tube Fly Tool (or Starter Tube Tool, as HMH modestly call it) is an inexpensive, yet extremely practical and versatile tool which may be easily and quickly fitted to any standard fly tying vice head, allowing the fly tyer to hold a range of tubes securely for dressing a wide variety of tube flies. It is well suited to holding Grays Needle Tubes in lengths from 15mm upwards, as shown here. In addition, the adaptor will hold conventional fly tying tubes or any of the growing number of new tube styles now widely available to the fly tyer.

The HMH Tube Fly Tool from Grays of Kilsyth is supplied with two pins, a selection of plastic tubes and a sample pack of 4 Grays Needle Tubes (two of each diameter).

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