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Dubbing
Tying material in messed up bunches - natural and synthetic


Go to the article "Upgrading the Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear"

Upgrading the Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear

Find "Hare's Ear Bug" here

Hare's Ear Bug

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Dubbing Techniques

Jump to "Charlie Fly"

The Charlie Fly

Jump to "Fraileys Baby Buggers"

Baby Buggers

Find "Wash-n-Dry Dubbing" here

Wash-n-Dry Dubbing

Go to the article "Siman dubbing block"

Turbo Block

Click to see "Applying dubbing"

Applying dubbing

Go to "Blend your own dubbing"

Blend your own dubbing

Directly to "Make your own dubbing wax"

Make your own dubbing wax

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Mix your own dubbing

Directly to "Toilet ring dubbing wax"

Toilet ring dubbing wax

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Organizing Dubbing

Over the years, I have been asked by many about the organizational methods used for my fly tying materials. Some I have had success with, while others have changed a number of times, thus I am always looking for a better system. In this fly tying tutorial, time is spent discussing various systems utilized for dubbing, concluding with the system I am currently using.

As with other videos discussing tips and techniques, if you have any suggestions related to the organization of materials, please feel free to leave your thoughts in the "Comments" section below.

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Showcasing Peacock Dubbing

For starters, let it be known that not all peacock dubbing is created equal! In this fly tying tutorial, I showcase various peacock dubbings, including the pros & cons of each. After each material is used, I also let you see how it looks when wet, which is a critical part of selecting the material for dubbing. Finally, I also tie with both natural and dyed peacock (to further confuse you!).

Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave questions/comments on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Blending Your Own Fly Tying Dubbing
Adding color variation and depth to fly tying dubbing can make your flies look and fish better. Tony Torrence of Caddisflyshop.com demonstrates how to create a simple dubbing blend that works for a variety of nymph style flies.
Fly Tying Tips - Episode 1, Dubbing...
The first episode of our Tying Tips brings Dubbing Brushes. Whether you are making the for heads (as in the Granato Tying Series), bodies, or hair extensions... dubbing brushes are a GREAT style to have in your tying arsenal.