Loon UV Fly Tying Kit

Loon UV Fly Tying Kit


Loon Outdoors

A versatile collection of three thicknesses of UV resin plus a powerful curing lamp.

With everything a tyer needs to make the move from traditional cements to UV Cure, the UV Fly Tying Kit includes UV Clear Fly Finish Thick, Thin and the brand new, ultra-thin Flow, and a UV Bench Light.

  • Includes UV Clear Fly Finish Thick, Thin and Flow (1/2 oz bottles)
  • Build fly heads and bodies
  • Instantly cures with sunlight or UV light
  • Various needle tips included for precision tying

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Sean Alexander
Killer Kit!

This is a killer way to get started using UV resins. I wasn't sure where to begin so I went with this to get a little of each. After tying a dozen or so Czech style and traditional nymphs I had it pretty dialed in. We even started in with some saltwater and larger flies using the "Thick" to create a head and to hold they eyes. All of the resins in the kit have distinct properties that make each very useful to have.
If you're on the fence or reluctant to get in to UV resins, this is one stop purchase worth making. The Bench light that is included works perfectly and I can cure all of these resins within 10-15 seconds. Great product and quick shipment from Fly Artist. Thanks!

Danny Delaney

This kit by Loon has everything you need to get started in using UV resins. Each bottle is still going strong and I have tied a ton of flies. The Bench light is powerful and only takes a few seconds to cure the resins. Quality product that I'm glad I started with. It made the transition from regular head cements a breeze and now I'll never go back. Highly recommend this UV kit to anyone making the switch!

JC Fisher
Indispensable UV Kit

This UV kit is perfect. I'm just getting back into tying flies and before I would just use head cements to finish off my flies. These UV resins give you unlimited amount of time to work with and then you hit it with the UV Bench Light for a few seconds and they're cured right away. The flies go into the box and it's on to the next fly.