Hareline Extra Select Craft Fur

Extra Select Craft Fur

by: Hareline | Item #: SM-760000-0000

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black $3.65
bright green $3.65
bright orange $3.65
bright red $3.65
cerise $3.65
(yellow) chartreuse $3.65
cream $3.65
dark olive $3.65
fire orange $3.65
fiery hot red $3.65
fl. blue $3.65
fl. orange $3.65
fl. yellow $3.65
golden yellow $3.65
golden olive $3.65
green $3.65
gray olive $3.65
hot pink $3.65
kingfisher blue $3.65
medium brown $3.65
medium dun gray $3.65
medium olive $3.65
orangutan rust $3.65
purple $3.65
red $3.65
salmon pink $3.65
sand $3.65
tan $3.65
white $3.65
yellow $3.65
dark brown $3.65
navy blue $3.65

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This craft fur is the longest and fullest we have ever seen, and Is perfect for many saltwater and streamer patterns. Each piece measures 5" x 5".


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Great action but Heavy

Reviewer: A viewer from Christiansburg, VA

This fur looks really good in the water for a synthetic material and has a lot of undulation. I would only recommend it for smaller patterns or limited use (ex. for wool-type heads) on a fly however because it is really heavy and doesn't shed water very readily on the false cast if tied in thick. This only became a problem when I substituted craft fur for bucktail on large bass/pike/musky streamers (the fibers are also a little too short for that application). Otherwise it works nicely and is easy to work with. I have also experimented with using permanent marker on the fibers and they seem to take the markers well but I can't comment yet on how well the marker lasts.

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Best for Gary LaFontaine's Cranefly Larva

Reviewer: A viewer from Southern Connecticut

Gary LaFontaine used this material to make dubbed bodies for his very successful cranefly larva. This pattern is especially effective during periods of high, but not too discolored, water. The fibers are quite long, so it pays to cut them a bit shorter before dubbing.

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A good synthetic substitute

Reviewer: A viewer from Hubertus, WI US

I find I am using this more and more to replace natural materials that hold water. Water logged flies are something I no longer have to live with.

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Craft Fur

Reviewer: A viewer from Peralta, NM US

This craft fur is a great product for the price. JS Fly Fishing has the best price Ive seen and you get a large amount of material. I have used this as winging materials for streamers such as Strolis' Headbanger. Also works great in dubbing brushes to make great bodies on baitfish patterns

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My new favorite head for meat flies

Reviewer: A viewer from BELVIDERE, NJ USA

This stuff AWESOME for big fat heads on streamers. The trick is to spin it in a dubbing loop and palmer it. Leave some of the under fur in and that'll help protect it from teeth. Glue eyes right on with E6000 and your ready for action.

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