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Old 01-17-2012, 04:05 PM
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Default Re: Dubbing

I'll echo Fontinalis, JoJer and Peregrines: I like the super-fine assortment too for dries - I've had that same container of a dozen colors for probably a dozen years! It doesn't take much to dub a #14 dry fly. For nymphs, go with the Haretron, the addition of Antron is rarely rarely going to be a hindrance but way more often the "brightness" of the yarn adds attraction. Antron is a proven fish attractor. And like Mark said: a natural mask covers the time you want a drab, natural looking fly.
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