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Old 12-21-2009, 11:58 AM
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how do i make a rubber hackle like in these flies?:

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2232/...8c06f803_b.jpg

http://www.manictackleproject.com/us...r%20bugger.jpg

cant find any step by step type deals online and these look like theyd be killer on the bluegill and bass i chase. thanks
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The easy way is to buy it from this guy- Fly Tying Materials - Unique Fly Tying Materials - Fly Tying Supplies - Fly Tying Products

Or do it with something like this-
I'm just gonna have to build an apparatus like that up before too long.
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is it the wiggly hackly from the link you posted? is that hackle stuff rubbery like silli legs? or is it plasticy like chenille?
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That product is Montana Fly Company Rubber Bugger Hackle. It can be gotten from any fly fishing specialty shop that sells Montana Fly Company products.

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Cliff, cool video...My son got me one of those twisters for Christmas, looking forward to playing with it...

MP thanks for the link...

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BigCliff: That video was very cool, that twister tool looks like a lot of fun to play with.

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That product is Montana Fly Company Rubber Bugger Hackle. It can be gotten from any fly fishing specialty shop that sells Montana Fly Company products.

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Absolutely. I have like four in different colors, but haven't got around to using it. I guess a bugger is the best bet as it is long, too long for a nymph.
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thanks guys, ill check with my shops see if they have any. those things look like theyd be irresistible to bluegill and crappie
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