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Old 08-12-2011, 03:48 PM
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Default Making a dubbing brush

I'm very new to tying. Recently I came across a recipe for a mini-wooly bugger where a dubbing brush was used for the body instead of just regular dubbing. It seems like a good idea to me and so I checked it out and discovered several you-tube videos that showed the wooden trough-type device one uses for making the brushes.

I would like to make this device and wondered if there were standard dimensions that one used for the trough (for lack of a better name). So, how wide, deep and long is it? Better still, are there plans that could be used? ...unless I am treading into someone's copyright - wouldn't want to do that.

Thanks.

RVC

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