Antron Yarn

by: Hareline | Item#: SM-700440-0000
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1 each of 19 colors $31.55
black $1.95
burnt orange $1.95
caddis green (lime) $1.95
cream $1.95
dark brown $1.95
dark olive (hunter green) $1.95
fl. lime green (light lime) $1.95
fl. orange $1.95
fl. shrimp pink $1.95
fl. white $1.95
gold $1.95
gray $1.95
light brown $1.95
olive dun (light green) $1.95
olive $1.95
purple $1.95
red $1.95
rust $1.95
tan $1.95
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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.

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

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Reviewer: 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: from PHILADELPHIA, PA USA

This is a go to material for me. I use it for wings, posts, shucks, bodies and have even used it to imitate eggs. It can also be cut up and blended with dubbing.

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Lovely, lovely stuff.

Reviewer: from Pittsburgh, PA

Quality Antron. I bought some in my most used colors so i could use them on patterns or cut it up and mix it in with dubbing. Antron makes a great rope like abdomen on nymphs too if you don't mind using a lot of it on a few flies. Great colors on them and a fair amount of yarn for the price.

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Really nice yarn

Reviewer: 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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Great posts!

Reviewer: 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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