Wednesday, 15 February 2012


Veniard Limited, one of the oldest fly tying materials firms around has tied up a deal with BUG-BOND™, the award winning, innovative and cutting edge resin finish for fly tyers. In January 2010, after extensive field-testing, the first Tack-Free light cured resin for fly tying was launched.  These resins offer significant advantages over other adhesives and varnishes, and these advantages have placed BUG-BOND™ ahead of the competition. Since then, the two differing formulae, ‘Original’ and ‘Lite’  have  enjoyed unprecedented success making it the most talked about new material in fly tying.
David Edwards, designer and owner of BUG-BOND™ comments:  “In September 2010 the BUG-BOND™ Pro-Tying Team was formed. We wanted to ensure that the team members covered the full spectrum of fly tying from small trout flies, realistic tying to large predator and saltwater flies. It is a truly global team who not only provide us with great feedback and product development ideas, they are also  keen to demonstrate BUG-BOND™ at events, shows and in the press. With TV performances, inclusion in DVDs and books during 2012, the amazing growth means it’s a necessity on the fly-tyer’s bench.”
With the continuing growth of sales, Bug Bond has announced that it is teaming up with one of the most established and well respected names in fly-tying: Veniard Ltd.
 Peter Veniard explains the tie up: “ Veniard Ltd will now act as the main distributor for the product range. This gives the Bug Bond team the opportunity to develop the product and its applications further, building on its current position in the market. Our expertise and experience in the distribution of fly tying materials, both traditional and cutting edge, will ensure that Bug Bond is more widely available to tyers world wide. Of course, we will continue to service the established accounts and obviously extend the number of outlets considerably. This is an exciting time for both of us and we see this as the start of a long and lasting distribution agreement.”
Peter Veniard

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