Success Flies Steve Farrar SF Blend

Steve Farrar SF Blend

by: Success Flies | Item #: SM-760250-0000

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bleeding black $4.95
bleeding gray $4.95
bleeding orange $4.95
bleeding purple $4.95
bleeding red $4.95
bleeding yellow $4.95
bucktail white $4.95
camo $4.95
chartreuse $4.95
gray $4.95
herring back $4.95
light pink $4.95
mackerel - new color! $4.95
misty blue $4.95
midnight blitz $4.95
mullet brown $4.95
natural $4.95
off white $4.95
olive $4.95
pink $4.95
rainbow $4.95
sea blue $4.95
shaded chartreuse $4.95
shrimp $4.95
violet night $4.95
white $4.95
wild olive $4.95
yellow $4.95

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This fiber is a perfect blend of the Slinky Fibre and Slinky Blend ranges, with an added fine Angel Hair flash. Developed by Steve Farrar and made by the same company that produces Polar Fibre and Gliss 'N' Glow, this product is unique in being already tapered and ready to tie a complete fly. This VERY popular product makes great minnow and baitfish patterns!


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Got Baitfish?

Reviewer: A viewer from Rotonda West, FL US

This is my favorite material for saltwater baitfish imitations. Tough the EP products may be more popular, I like that the SF blend can be tied full bodied, yet still remain translucent.

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SF blend

Reviewer: A viewer from Peralta, NM US

These are my favorite synthetics to use. They have great movement in the water and hold their shape. Best synthetic replacement for buck tail and there are tons of colors. The bleeding colors seem to just have strands of red in them but the shades of the color are different. I bought both the regular grey and bleeding grey and the bleeding grey is much darker and the regular is almost silver.

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Favorite synthetic

Reviewer: A viewer from Chapin, SC US

This is one of my absolute favorite synthetic materials. You can create some amazing bait fish patterns for any predatory fish. One quick and easy way to use it is to cut it short and throw it in a dubbing loop (or magic tool) and turn it into a long fibered chenille. Leave it as is or trim it into a fish profile.

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