Mohair Dubbing for Fly tying. all colours available - 2 grams

Sold by loutraismohair
$4.17
+ $3.47 shipping
$4.17
+ $3.47 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from France
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Made in Nantes, France

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MOHAIR DUBBING FOR FLY MAKING - 2 GRAMS
This is for one colour. photo shows some of the colours available. Next to a spiders web, mohair is the second strongest natural fibre in the world. It is known as the diamond fibre for its strength, lustre and durability. Thats why it has been a favourite of the fly fisherman for years. It retains its lustre and comes in many colours. Easy to work with , fibres are between 4 and 6 inches in length and will
give a spikey effect . Great for creating large nymphs, salmon, steelhead flies. Can be blended with other fibres and dubbing. IF YOU CANT SEE COLOUR PLEASE ASK. Every colour available.


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