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Chenille Tying Material

   

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Product Color Size Quantity Price & availability

White

White

Fine

Yellow

Yellow

Fine

Brown

Brown

Fine

Red

Red

Fine

Olive

Olive

Fine

Black

Black

Fine

Ginger

Ginger

Fine

Blue

Blue

Fine

White

White

Medium

Yellow

Yellow

Medium

Brown

Brown

Medium

Red

Red

Medium

Olive

Olive

Medium

Orange

Orange

Medium

Black

Black

Medium

Light Gray

Light Gray

Medium

Ginger

Ginger

Medium

Blue

Blue

Medium

Purple

Purple

Medium

  • Traditional body typing material
  • Velour texture
  • Creates a segmented appearance
This Chenille Tying Material is a traditional body winding material for wooly worms, wooly boogers, crappie jigs, and other subsurface patterns. Plus, our Chenille's velour texture creates a segmented appearance while increasing fish-attracting flash. Approximately 15 feet of Chenille per card.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good product These chenille are must have for any tier. I use them as body of many flies including wooly buggers. The fine chenille can be used for san juan worms. March 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product With many uses, especially on buggers, this chenille is great. Lots of colors and variations. November 4, 2009
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I have not had that problem.
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I have not noticed any fading on the flies I tie. It does get worn from toothy critters biting it and it takes a beating from the streambeds.
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Aproximatly 15 feet
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Approximately 15 feet per card.
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