Angora Goat Dubbing

by: Wapsi | Item#: SM-012150-0000
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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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Trout Dispenser colors: black, white, yellow, hot orange, dun, ginger, red, light olive, green, olive, brown olive,fiery brown. Steelhead dispenser colors: claret, green, light blue, kingfisher blue, purple, cerise, hot pink, fl. red, fl. yellow, fl. orange, fl. fire orange, fl. chartreuse.

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Angora Goat Dubbing

Reviewer: 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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Very Buggy Dubbing

Reviewer: from Hudson Valley, NY

Great stuff for buggy flies. And I mixed claret and brown with Hare's Ear Plus for a nice Isonychia blend.

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Stone dubbing

Reviewer: 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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Nice look, but difficult to work with

Reviewer: 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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great for stoneflies

Reviewer: 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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