Hareline Ice Dub

Ice Dub

by: Hareline | Item #: SM-012070-0000

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blue steelie (solid) $2.45
caddis green $2.45
chartreuse $2.45
chocolate brown $2.45
claret $2.45
copper (solid) $2.45
Dispenser Pack 1 $16.75
Dispenser Pack 2 $16.75
12 colors for steelhead $16.75
12 colors for trout $16.75
fl. lime green $2.45
fl. shell pink $2.45
fl. yellow $2.45
golden brown $2.45
gold (solid) $2.45
emerald green (solid) $2.45
hot yellow $2.45
minnow belly $2.45
olive brown $2.45
olive $2.45
orange $2.45
peacock $2.45
peacock black $2.45
UV peacock eye $2.45
pearl red hue $2.45
pearl $2.45
pheasant tail $2.45
red (solid) $2.45
rusty brown $2.45
silver gray $2.45
silver holographic $2.45
silver (solid) $2.45
UV black $2.45
UV brown $2.45
UV callibaetis $2.45
UV cinnamon $2.45
UV dark olive $2.45
UV dun $2.45
UV fl. hot pink $2.45
UV gray $2.45
UV hot orange $2.45
UV lavender $2.45
UV light gray $2.45
UV light olive $2.45
UV light yellow $2.45
UV pearl $2.45
UV pink $2.45
UV shrimp pink $2.45
UV purple $2.45
UV red $2.45
UV rust $2.45
UV tan $2.45

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One of the most popular dubbings for both freshwater and saltwater. Great sparkle and dubs beautifully. Take special note of the UV colors, in which the sparkle is deep blue.

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Colors in dispenser 1: peacock, UV lt olive, UV black, UV shrimp pink, UV red, olive brown, olive, chartreuse, UV pearl, caddis green, orange, pearl. Colors in dispenser2 : UV lt yellow, peacock black, UV pink, rusty brown, silver holo, UV tan, chocolate brown, golden brown, holo chartreuse, holo olive, hot yellow. Colors in Steelhead dispenser: UV black, chartreuse, UV fl hot pink, UV hot orange, hot yellow, orange, UV lavender, UV pearl, UV purple, fl shell pink, UV shrimp pink, silver holo. Colors in Trout dispenser: caddis green, chocolate brown, UV cinnamon, golden brown, UV lt olive, pearl, UV lt yellow, olive, peacock, peacock black, rusty brown, UV tan.


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Good stuff

Reviewer: A viewer from Winston Salem, NC US

Works great for those "buggy" nymph patterns and has good color and flash. It's a little bit harder to work with than other dubbing but it's worth the purchase.

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Great color dubbing

Reviewer: A viewer from New Holland, PA US

This is great dubbing with a nice amount of flash to it!

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I love Ice Dub

Reviewer: A viewer from Potter County, PA US

This stuff is great. I use it for steelhead, trout and smallmouth patterns. It has just the right amount of flash to jazz up traditional patterns. The only drawback is the size of the fibers. They're a little too big to tie some of the smaller flies I like to use. A "midge" size would be great.

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Great flashy dubbing

Reviewer: A viewer from Mena, AR US

This is fantastic dubbing if you want to add some sparkle to your fly. So far, I've just mixed it with other dubbing (just a tiny pinch is all it takes. A little goes a long way) and it dubs just fine. By itself it may take a tad more work. As another reviewer mentioned, the fibers may prove to be a touch long for smaller flies, but you can always chop it up a bit. Recommended!

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Ice Dub for Me Isn't Just for Shad or Bass Anymore

Reviewer: A viewer from Fredericksburg, VA US

I've used Ice Dub for several years now. Initially, I've used it for smallmouth bass and shad flies and ignored it for trout flies. But I changed my mind when I discovered Ice Dub being used as a dubbed body for a very effective sowbug on the Little Red River in Arkansas this past May. Ice Dub in UV light gray and UV tan attracted lots of nice brown trout. But the hottest fly had to be a sparsely tied wet fly that mimicked an emerger caddis. The thorax was dubbed in UV tan, UV dark olive, or brown-olive. My chat with the creator of this fly, who manages the Little Red Fly Shop, said the lavender or purple cast of the UV mimics the exoskeleton of the emerger. This fly took rainbows as well as browns the whole week. I find this dubbing creeping into a lot of my ties now. I agree with the other reviewers that the fibers can be difficult to dub, esp. for small flies. But I overcome this problem by using a split-thread technique, mixing it with finer dubbing, or chopping it somewhat with a blade coffee grinder. Of course, a dubbing loop tames these fibes on larger flies.

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