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  • Wapsi Ultra Fly Tying Wire

    Wapsi Ultra Fly Tying Wire

    The proper material for building the body of the Copper John and Brassie. Also ideal for ribbing nymphs, reinforcing peacock, pheasant, or ostrich herl bodies. Ultra Wire not only provides a sheen and durability to your fly, it also provides weight to...

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  • Senyo's Intruder Wire

    Senyo's Intruder Wire

    Colored Intruder wire, that holds stiff and holds the hook in position, and double over test at 50 pounds. For hooks size 6 or larger and available in eight Steelhead and Salmon colors. 4 yards per package Code Color Code Color #15348...

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  • Lead Wire Spools - 1 LB

    Lead Wire Spools - 1 LB

    Bulk spools are available only in true lead. Lead is heavier and easier to wrap. Great for small nymphs. One pound spools Code Size Diameter Use Price #0025 Very Small (Micro) .015 Small Nymphs $36.00 #0026 Small ...

    $27.00 - $36.00
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  • Spool Mate

    Spool Mate

    This handy thread bra is the ideal way to help keep your wires, tinsels, and threads from unraveling and neat. The tabbed band tightly fits any size spool. Most serious tiers find that the half dozen pack isn’t enough. 6 per pack   CA...

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  • Lead Adhesive Zonker Tape

    Lead Adhesive Zonker Tape

    The name says it all. This lead adhesive tape is what makes the shape of the Zonker body possible. It is also helpful in tying a large variety of salt water patterns and spoon flies. Adhesive backing Sold per sheet Dimensions: 24" L x 1"...

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  • Flat Lead

    Flat Lead

    An easy way to build flat bodied nymphs or add extra weight to Mylar Zonkers and Streamers. 31" Length x 3/16" Width   CA Warning:  WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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  • Channel Lead

    Channel Lead

    A different concept in weighting flies. Strips of lead that we extrude with a channel or grove in it. To make any fly ride upside down "point up" simple lay a strip on the top of the hook shank and secure it with a few wraps of thread. If you want the...

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