TenkaraBum Store
"One Fly" Kits


Each TenkaraBum "One Fly" Tying Kit contains a step-by-step illustrated instruction sheet and all the materials needed to tie 25 flies of one pattern. They are a great way to see if you like a pattern without having to make a major commitment in materials.


TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Utah Killer Bug

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Utah Killer Bug - $10.00

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TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Killer Bugger

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Black Killer Bugger - $13.25

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"One Fly" Tying Kit™ White Killer Bugger - $13.25




TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Ishigaki Fly

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Ishigaki Fly - $16.25

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Cannot be exported


TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Minimal Dace

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Minimal Dace - $12.75

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Cannot be exported


TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Pink Chenille Worm

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Pink Chenille Worm - $10.00

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TenkaraBum™ "One Fly" Tying Kit™
Takayama Sakasa Kebari

"One Fly" Tying Kit™ Takayama Sakasa Kebari - $17.25

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Cannot be exported



Shipping

A standard shipping/handling charge of $4 will be added to all orders.

Please note: PayPal occasionally does not add the $4 charge. In that case I will send a PayPal invoice for the $4.


If you live outside the US, you must add more postage!


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USA

Add this amount for shipping.


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(Total charge $4)


Canada or Mexico


Additional $6 postage required.
(Total charge $10)

Other Country


Additional $10 postage required.
(Total charge $14)

Payment

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