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Antron Yarn

   

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Antron yarn has great light reflection. This is a good choice for trailing shucks and spinner wings. A little goes a long way.
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Just wondering if this is the antron I keep seeing in recipes that call for antron wings. Also, is this the same material as McFlylon?
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This yarn is most commonly used for tying parachutes, overbodies, legs, bodies and tails. This material is also perfect for tying trailing shucks on mayfly and caddis patterns.

McFlylon applications is a light, floating material.
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If not what material should I use?
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Absolutely I won't use any other yarn.
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Egg Foo Yarn is the easiest material to use. Tie one strand on top of the hook, one of the bottom. Then pull the top strand up and trim, repeat with the bottom strand, and you've got an egg. Great stuff.
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