Get news on sales & specials
Average Customer Rating: (21 Reviews) Write Review
Great thread, great buy
Reviewer: A viewer from CLARKSTON, WA USA
In the past I tied mostly with Uni threads. Recently, I have gone to Benecchi and Gordon Griffith's threads for trout flies. I picked up a spool of Danville Flymaster in brown to tie some Serendipities, and was amazed at how strong, smooth and thin this thread goes on the hook. Uni has recently gone to 50-yard spools at the same price they used to charge for 200 yards. The Danville thread is 200 yards at a lower price, so I will definitely be stocking up on several favorite colors.
Soft for your vise, heavy in the river
Reviewer: A viewer from Soria, Soria / Spain ES
A great thread. It's really easy to tie, very soft and with natural colours, and it's almost impossible to break it even if it touches the hook point. It can be used for wet flies, but i think it's better for small dries thanks to the wax, that avoid sinking. Dark colours are great for april and september. Eggshell, yellows and cahill are perfect for 'ephemeras' in may, june, july and august. And olives are allways great, the 'joker' of your tying materials. The length it's also very good for the price and it worths each penny (in my country, euros, hehe). Once wet, the colours darken a bit, but it mantains a natural looking... and sometimes it fishes better. I bougth 11 colours... and i will repeat soon with more.
Reviewer: A viewer from Hyndman, Pennsylvania US
Pretty nice thread. I have a few spools, and it seems like the darker colors have more strength though. I can spin deer hair with black, but white will break. maybe its a bad spool. Over all, nice thread for a nice price.
Reviewer: A viewer from Hillsdale, Michigan US
I bought the one of each of 24 colors to kickstart my fly tying. I am very pleased with this thread. It lays very flat and i've not had a problem with breakage when spinning deer hair. I'm a believer in danville now.