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  1. Antron Yarn - Fl. Shell Pink

    Antron Yarn

    Starting at: $1.59

    A trilobal fiber similar to Z-Lon. Multiple filaments in a single-strand carded yarn. Works well for parachutes, overbodies, legs, tails and trailing shucks. Learn More
  2. Rusty Brown

    Darlon

    Starting at: $3.49

  3. Fl. Fire Orange

    Egg Yarn

    Starting at: $2.69

    Egg yarn is great stuff for tying, well, egg flies. It also works great in saltwater for putting egg sacks on shrimp flies (i.e. kwans). Learn More
  4. Leech Yarn - Gray

    Leech Yarn

    Starting at: $1.79

    If you've ever tied a small leech pattern chances are this is the stuff you used. Made of long, breathable angora hair twisted onto a yarn. Makes great bodies for shrimp, leeches and large, buggy nymphs. Learn More
  5. McFlylon Polypropylene Yarn

    McFlylon Polypropylene Yarn

    Starting at: $4.49

    This floating polypropylene yarn works great for toad flies and other patterns where a buoyant yarn is required. Similar to our carded polypropylene floating yarn but in longer straight sections. Learn More
  6. Polypropylene Floating Yarn - 100ft. Spool, Turquoise

    Polypropylene Floating Yarn 100ft. Spool

    Starting at: $3.50

    Planning to tie a Tarpon Toad? Or the original Tasty Toad, Redfish Toad, Bonefish Toad, Trout Toad or any of the other species out there? Well, this is the stuff you need. And we have one of the best color selections you will find. It also works great for wings and posts on dry flies and for a number of other uses. The carded material comes in a diameter ideal for tying Toad Flies. You will probably want to triple the spooled material before tying it in. Learn More
  7. Steel Gray

    Polypropylene Floating Yarn Carded

    Starting at: $1.59

    Planning to tie a Tarpon Toad? Or the original Tasty Toad, Redfish Toad, Bonefish Toad, Trout Toad or any of the other species out there? Well, this is the stuff you need. And we have one of the best color selections you will find. It also works great for wings and posts on dry flies and for a number of other uses. The carded material comes in a diameter ideal for tying Toad Flies. You will probably want to triple the spooled material before tying it in. Learn More
  8. Dark Tan

    Sparkle Yarn

    Starting at: $1.49

    If you tie flies for the flats you almost certainly have some of this in your fly tying kit. One of the best materials out there for quick, relatively easy crab bodies. Mix colors for a more interesting striped/mottled effects. Sparkle yarn can also be used in place of polyproplyene sparkle yarn in tying Toad flies. Learn More

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