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Tight Lines

Tight Lines

Tight Lines's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Running
Yoga
Snowshoeing

Tight Lines's Bio

I grew up on the East Coast, and went to school in the green, green "mountains" of Vermont. My husband's job took us to Utah -- and now we love it.

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Tight Lineswrote a review of on January 19, 2016

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The red wax is a standard in Utah. It handles vast majority of the conditions we see mid-year and does a pretty good job with super cold blasts too. (I hardly ever use the blue.) For warmer Pacific storms and spring time, switch to yellow.

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Tight Lineswrote a review of on January 19, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using the cold wax for most mornings in the Wasatch this year. It's worked well for me, not to mention it's a lot cheaper than some of the more established big brands. For a few warmer storms, I used the warm wax. Also been great. (I haven't had the need to try the all-temperature -- rotating the cold and warm has worked well.)

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Tight Lineswrote a review of on January 19, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

LIke a lot of people, I used a beat up clothes iron for many years. I wish that I had switched earlier. I checked the temperature setting on the TOKO with an IR thermometer I had the garage, and it was right on. The beveled edge makes navigating wax drops a lot quicker and smoother. It feels like a lot of money for a simple device, but it amounts to pennies per wax over the lifetime that this iron will last.

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