Ultra Chenille Micro

by: Hareline | Item#: SM-700260-0000
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1 each of 24 colors $48.95
black $2.25
brown $2.25
burnt orange $2.25
caddis green $2.25
dark olive $2.25
fl. cerise $2.25
fl. chartreuse $2.25
fl. fire orange $2.25
fl. orange $2.25
fl. pink $2.25
fl. red $2.25
fl. yellow $2.25
light gray $2.25
light olive $2.25
olive $2.25
orange $2.25
purple $2.25
red $2.25
tan $2.25
white $2.25
wine $2.25
worm brown $2.25
worm green $2.25
yellow $2.25
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Description

Small diameter, plush, dense chenille material, also known as Vernille. Used as a body material, will be smoother and tougher than regular chenille. Use for San Juan worms and as a substitute for regular chenille. 5 yds per package.

Other Details

The diameter of this material is approximately 1/16" (1.6mm).

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Very Nice

Reviewer: from Palm Coast, FL US

This is great for very small worms and small fly bodies. Very easy to work with. Great buy.

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Chenille

Reviewer: from Aspen, CO US

This product is fantastic for tying various types of small San Juan Worm patterns. It is not only easy to work with behind the vise, but it is also a quality purchase.

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Great for crab legs

Reviewer: from Houston, TX

I like to use the micro size for legs on crab patterns. It's easy to work with and takes a permanent marker well if you want to add some color variation.

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San Juan worms, Green Weenies, perfect

Reviewer: from PA, USA

I long since lost which color these are, but I use a flesh-tan color for san juan worm style flies, and just hold a lighter near the end to seal the chenille from unraveling. Then I use a fluorescent yellow / chartreuse (not sure color) type of color for tying up a green weenie in size 12. Great product, tight compact chenille, not a fluffy type. maybe as big around as 3 strands of dried spaghetti put together (guess). Yup, good stuff.

J. Stockard Response:
We think the colors you are referring to is worm brown and fl. chartreuse.

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Ultra Chenille

Reviewer: from Elizabeth,CO,USA

This is the best kind of vernille that I have tried. It is very bright colored. I have caught who-knows-how-many fish on the simple San Juan Worm. This vernille really makes my fly visible. This is one of my favorites.

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