Wapsi Angora Goat Dubbing

Angora Goat Dubbing

by: Wapsi | Item #: SM-012150-0000

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black $1.65
brown $1.65
burnt orange $1.65
claret $1.65
cream $1.65
dun $1.65
fiery brown $1.65
fl. chartreuse $1.65
fl. fire orange $1.65
fl. orange $1.65
fl. red $1.65
ginger $1.65
green $1.65
highlander green $1.65
hot orange $1.65
kingfisher blue $1.65
light olive $1.65
olive brown $1.65
olive $1.65
purple $1.65
red $1.65
white $1.65
yellow $1.65

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Coarse, spikey and translucent. The best substitute for baby seal, and ideal for stoneflies. Also best on large nymphs, salmon, steelhead flies. Great for blending with other dubbings.


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Stone dubbing

Reviewer: A viewer from Gainesville, FL US

I just tied my first stonefly nymphs, I used the angora goat dubbing and found that when mixed with just a little of the Antorn dubbing goes on fantastically without having to use a dubbing loop. Makes for a very spikey nymph.

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Angora Goat Dubbing

Reviewer: A viewer from Mena, AR US

I ordered some of this in black to tie stoneflies. It is definitely the coarsest, most spikey dubbing I've ever used. At first I had trouble, but once mixed and applied using a dubbing loop or split-thread method it worked great. If you want long, buggy looking dubbing, this is it. Beautiful stuff.

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Claret not quite right

Reviewer: A viewer from Vermont

The black and highlander green dubbing were true to what I would expect to get, the fiery brown a little more brown than fiery, but the claret was distinctly purple with just a hint of reddish tones. Other than that, it looks like a great dubbing; translucent and coarse, as the description says.

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great for stoneflies

Reviewer: A viewer from Clarks Summit, PA US

this is by far my favorite dubbing for the "big nasties", such as hellgrammites, dragonfly and stonefly nymphs, makes great, buuy flies.

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Nice look, but difficult to work with

Reviewer: A viewer from Grand Rapids, MI US

Angora has a great look, but I found the fibers difficult to work with. They are long and so soft that even with wax I could not get an even body.

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