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Old 01-29-2007, 09:57 PM
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Default fishpond pitchfork clippers

Was wondering if anyone has used these and what they are all about? I have never really seen one in person, just online and in catalogs. Are they better than regular clippers or something. I am going to purchase a fishpond retractor and some clippers, just gotta choose which ones. Thanks.
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Old 01-30-2007, 11:21 AM
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Default Re: fishpond pitchfork clippers

I have a pair of the clippers and really like them. They have a flat face to the cutters so you can trim very close. The cutter can be replaced with out having to buy a whole clipper. They also have a built in eye pick so you can clean up the eye of you flys. Hope this helps
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The Dr Slick NSJO have been the sharpest nipper i've owned, i just wish they or the Fishpond would incorporate a nail knot tool on their nippers.

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Old 01-30-2007, 01:47 PM
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Default Re: fishpond pitchfork clippers

Thanks alot, that does help. I think that i'm gonna order some from the online catalog. Like i said in my post about the chest pack, i am so impressed with the quality of the shooting star that now i'm a fishpond freak! The staff at LRO is going to get tired of shipping stuff to my house!
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Old 01-30-2007, 05:37 PM
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Thanks alot, that does help. I think that i'm gonna order some from the online catalog. Like i said in my post about the chest pack, i am so impressed with the quality of the shooting star that now i'm a fishpond freak! The staff at LRO is going to get tired of shipping stuff to my house!

Yes sir, it is quality, built for fisherman stuff, i doubt LRO will ever get tired of ya ordering from them.

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Somehow i doubt they will mind too much either!
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Believe me, we'll never get tired of shipping to you.

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Nope, we will never, ever tire of shipping to any of you!

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