Wapsi Ultra GSP Thread

Ultra GSP Thread

by: Wapsi | Item #: TW-025160-0000

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quantity Size Color your price
75 denier 1 each of 5 colors $15.45 $12.38
75 denier black $3.25 $2.58
75 denier olive $3.25 $2.58
75 denier red $3.25 $2.58
75 denier white $3.25 $2.58
75 denier yellow $3.25 $2.58
100 denier 1 each of 6 colors $18.55 $14.88
100 denier black $3.25 $2.58
100 denier fl. chartreuse $3.25 $2.58
100 denier olive (very dark) $3.25 $2.58
100 denier red $3.25 $2.58
100 denier white $3.25 $2.58
100 denier yellow $3.25 $2.58
200 denier 1 each of 5 colors $15.45 $12.38
200 denier black $3.25 $2.58
200 denier olive (very dark) $3.25 $2.58
200 denier red $3.25 $2.58
200 denier white $3.25 $2.58
200 denier yellow $3.25 $2.58
50 denier white $3.25 $2.58

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Description

Ultra GSP is stronger for its weight than steel and excellent value. 50 denier is excellent for tying small flies and a minimum of bulk. The 75 denier size and the 100 denier are all-purpose for both fresh and saltwater. 200 denier GSP is great for spinning big deer hair and other large, demanding patterns. 50 yard spools.

Other Details

50 denier: about the diameter of 12/0 thread, a breaking strength of 4 lb. 75 denier: about the diameter of 10/0 thread, breaking strength of about 6 lb. 100 denier: about the diameter of 7/0 thread, breaking strength of 8 lb. (Kevlar, by comparison, has the same breaking strength for 200 denier thread.) 200 denier: breaking strength of about 16 lb.

Reviews

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STRONG! but fades

Reviewer: A viewer from Huntington, WV US

This thread is incredibly strong and great for deer/elk hair wings. You can really torque down and it wont break. The one and only problem is that the colors will dramatically fade when exposed to water and sun under normal normal fishing conditions

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Expensive

Reviewer: A viewer from Missouri

I absolutely love this stuff for deer hair work, but it's so expensive compared to other thread. Tip: use something like an exacto knife to cut it cleanly...It's a pain with scissors.

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Get Veevus instead

Reviewer: A viewer from BELVIDERE, NJ USA

This used to be my thread of choice for spinning and stacking deer hair. Since discovering Veevus this stuff is obsolete. You get a lot more per spool and unlike the Veevus, this thread doesnt hold dye. It comes in different colors but the all bleed out and turn white anyway. Not a bad thread, just not as good as Veevus.

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Pound for pound the best

Reviewer: A viewer from Antonito, CO US

This thread pound for pound is the best thread for tying egg patterns on the market. You can pull as hard as you feel is necessary and this thread can take it. This is a product that every serious fly tier should have with out a bout.

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GSP vs Kevlar

Reviewer: A viewer from Trussville, AL US

GSP is a great alternative to Kevlar thread. GSP, in my opinion, is just as strong and comes in more colors than most Kevlar threads. There are still times I use kevlar, like when I can't afford to risk breaking my thread, but I use GSP just as much if not more.

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