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Old 01-17-2012, 05:43 PM
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One more place to check out: the Book Mailer is family run company in Helena, MT. On top of books they sell some unique materials - Antron sparkle yarns, dubbing, some unique tools, and the best dubbing wax I've found. O and Daiichi hooks in the basic styles for a good price, and beads in bulk, a really good deal.

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Hhmmmm... I wonder if my wife will get suspicious if I start combing out her cat????
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One more place to check out: the Book Mailer is family run company in Helena, MT. On top of books they sell some unique materials - Antron sparkle yarns, dubbing, some unique tools, and the best dubbing wax I've found. O and Daiichi hooks in the basic styles for a good price, and beads in bulk, a really good deal.

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I checked out that link, they do have some cool stuff. I put them in my bookmarks. Thanks!
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I use a Waspi 12 color box of rabbit and an Orvis Spectra Blend Dry Fly 12 color assortment. Covers all my needs.

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I fill my Zonker bodies (mylar piping) with cat hair. Makes it look like a fat fish and helps the sink rate. The bass like them well enough. SF
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I checked out that link, they do have some cool stuff. I put them in my bookmarks. Thanks!
Good deal! I hope you can send them some business. You can email them or even call and they will tell you all about whatever it is your considering.
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Ebay has a guy that selfs a mix bag of furs, rabbit, fox, beaver, dozens of types. I got that for $10. A couple hares masks, light and dark, and then two kits of waspi antron. Total about $50 but endless supply. Fine furs or hares mask mixed with the colors and flash of the antron supports my imaginative approach to tying. Even though many of the for patches from the ebay "grab bag"may be small, its surprising how much dubbing there is.

Just my input....and that was where I started a few years ago. I'm always getting a pack here and there....just got a light and dark purple synthetic that when mixed together make a great body for a white winged attractor wet fly.
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