Chenille and Yarn
|Angora Rabbit Yarn||Aunt Lydia's Sparkle Yarn||Estaz|
Angora Rabbit Yarn is the perfect material for sucker spawn flies. This soft and fuzzy yarn has a multitude of uses.
This is the material we use to tie C.K. Nymphs.
Estaz is a twisted core wrapped mylar imported from Europe. It makes all sorts of patterns look better, like woolly bugger bodies. Used on the Golden Retreiver and Trow Minnow.
|Leech Yarn Mohair||Rayon Chenille||Sparkle Braid|
|Leech Yarn Mohair is made of long angora hair twisted into a yarn. The long breathable fibers are best used for streamers and hairy nymph bodies. Approximately 15 feet per package.||This is Danville's original Rayon Chenille. Note: Tan is not offered in Large and Coffee is not offered in Fine.||Sparkle Braid contains several strands of mylar knitted into a cordlike material. The main ingredient for muddlers and many saltwater patterns.|
|Squirmy Wormies||Swiss Straw||Ultra Chenille|
Astounding glow and strong-stretch rubber bodi- legs or other apendiges.
A thin strawlike, water absorbent material, Swiss Straw is excellent for nymph wing cases, scuds, sowbugs, and crayfish.
|Denser and more uniform than staandard chenille. All three sizes of Ultra Chenille are excellent for nymphs and woven body flies. For San Juan Worms use the standard and for Wooly Buggers use the medium.|
|Wooly Bugger Chenille|
|The densest antron chenille available with pearl mylar tinsel mixed in for just the right amount of flash. Best we have found for tying wooly buggers.|