Thread and Wire
|Danvilles Flat Wax Nylon Thread||Kevlar Thread 200||MFC Premium Tying Thread|
The perfect thread for a variety of streamers.
Same material used in bullet proof vests. This is an ultra strong thread used for heavy work; tying eggs, and spinning and stacking deer and elk hair.
Montana Fly Company Premium Fly Tying Thread is as versatile as it gets. 8/0 thread is thin yet ultra strong. Great for medium to smaller sized flies. Great color range. Also available in 6/0, 3/0. 100 meter spools.
|MFC Streamer Thread||Monofilament Thread||Round Lead Wire|
Montana Fly Company Streamer Thread is a very strong 350 denier thread great for tying larger flies. 50 Meters
|Great for scud and sow bug ribbing. Try for the .006 for spinning deer hair.||Perfect for adding weight to your trout nymphs and streamers. A wide variety of sizes allows you to weight any size fly.|
|Round Lead Wire Assortment||UTC Flashback Tinsel||UTC Flat Mylar Tinsel|
|The Round Lead Wire Assortment contains the complete range of lead wire used by fly tier's to weight nymphs and streamers, producing a quicker sink rate.||Flashback Tinsel is a selection of Ultra Tinsel sized for the use on flashback nymphs.||Our Flat Mylar Tinsel is a two-tone tinsel with gold on one side and silver on the other.|
|UTC French Oval Tinsel||UTC Ultra GSP 200||UTC Ultra Thread 140 Denier|
This is real French Tinsel. A top quality, classic varnished, metallic tinsel, it will not tarnish.
|GSP 200 is the best size for big deer hair work or when you really need to crank down.|
Excellent for the majority of flies, it is the perfect choice for size 2 - 16 flies. Due to its vibrant sheen and excellent color retention, it is a good substitute for floss on small flies.
|UTC Ultra Thread 70 Denier||UTC Ultra Wire|
This is a great size for tying the smallest of flies and for tying with low bulk on larger flies. It is the ideal choice for dry flies, nymphs, and midges size 14 or smaller.
|Ultra Wire is a key ingredient in so many successful fly patterns that it may just be not only the hottest material in fly tying but one of the most often used materials.|