I would add a Olive/White clouser 1/0 size to the chartruese/white clouser. I'd also recommend all white and a few all black clousers. Throw in a few deceivers to mix it up and you should catch a few stripers and blues. I tend to fish jiggies in chartruese/white a lot when I do get to go out. I think some people may put in a vote for the 'mushmouth' fly or a variation of that fly.
For a vise (vice??) - I'd recommend a Regal or a Renzetti Traveler model. I have the Regal that does not rotate for years. It is not the best (IMHO) for really small freshwater flies (sz 20), but I think it is great for SW patterns. The Renzetti is a rotary vice allowing you to turn the fly. You can certainly buy cheaper vices - but at least you will have one of these two for years and will not need to upgrade. I started on a $20 Cabela's vice and it just didn't hold the hooks well.
I bought a starter vise for $50 bucks, regretted it and replaced it a year later with a Peak Rotary Vise which is great. The review below rates the Peak and the HMH Spartan as the top choices for between $100 and $200.