Hareline Antron Yarn

Antron Yarn

by: Hareline | Item #: SM-700440-0000

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1 each of 22 colors $33.25
black $1.75
burnt orange $1.75
caddis green (lime) $1.75
claret $1.75
cream $1.75
dark brown $1.75
dark olive (hunter green) $1.75
fl. lime green (light lime) $1.75
fl. orange $1.75
fl. shrimp pink $1.75
fl. white $1.75
gold $1.75
gray $1.75
light brown $1.75
olive dun (light green) $1.75
olive $1.75
purple $1.75
red $1.75
rust $1.75
tan $1.75

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Description

Multi trilobal filaments are combined in a single strand spooled yarn with bright highlights. The fly tying material is good for overbodies, legs, tails and trailing shucks. About 4 yds. on a spool.

Other Details

Different dye lots in this material may have inconsistent colors from time to time.

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Really nice yarn

Reviewer: A viewer from Little Elm, TX US

I really like the look of this yarn especially when in the water. It has a nice smooth finnish and a little shine to it. Makes easy and great looking stone flies. Brightens up dubbing when you blend some in as well.

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Quality of item

Reviewer: A viewer from North Eastern PA US

I purchased this product to use to tie Scud patterns. Prior I was using darning cord which would break and fray. It is a pleasure to use this product and not have to stop and fix my work.

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Good Stuff

Reviewer: A viewer from Ferndale, MI US

I use orange antron for the head on my crayfish patterns. I'm not sure if the fish are specifically attracted to it or not, but the pattern nails fish. They usually smack the fly hard w/o hesitation. The material itself has a nice shine and is easy to work with.

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Great posts!

Reviewer: A viewer from Birmingham, AL US

Try using the Antron yarn for posts on parachute flys as well as trailing shucks. I use a 1 inch piece looped under the hook gulper style as a post on my parachute emergers. For flys smaller than size 16, divide the yarn in half. Black posts are surprisingly visible on the water when glare is an issue.

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Antron Anyone?

Reviewer: A viewer from Durham, NC US

Antron yarn is some of the best most versital tying materials out there. it works for tailing shucks, posts, chopped up for dubbing, and the list goes on.
no tying station should be without at least a half dozen spools of this amazing material.

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