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Average Customer Rating: (10 Reviews) Write Review
Reviewer: A viewer from Clark, NJ US
This stuff is hard to find let me tell you. But it is one of my favorite thing to look at in the water and the fish think the same. If you take some grren,orange,and some yellow it makes a killer pike and bass fly.
Reviewer: A viewer from Gainesville, FL US
This is outstanding hair to tie with, especially if you want large or bulky flies that push water. Great for saltwater flies. Hair lays best when combed out first. You get a lot of hair for a small amount of money.
Reviewer: A viewer from Fort Worth, TX US
This stuff is great for streamer patterns like the simple shad and Whitlock shad. It breathes in the water and has some nice translucency. I also like the fact that I can produce a good number of flies with a patch of fur.
Reviewer: A viewer from Clarkston, UT US
I bought this sheep wool in light olive, and chartreuse, and I was so impressed that I came back and ordered it in six more colors. It makes excellent baitfish patterns with very good bulk and translucency. It has a great texture that is going to undulate very nicely in the water. Even better, it's cheap!
100+ flies from one patch.
Reviewer: A viewer from Granbury, TX US
I found alot of ways to use the wool. For example I have used it for everything that calls for bucktial, calftail, even for Synthetics this stuff moves great in the water and has a awsome flow to it too. And if you have been wanting to try your hand at woolhead flies it is ablast to do. It isnt that hard to ty the wool on and have enough for a good head what takes alittle time is the triming part but it is a fun learning curve as well.