Published Nov 20. 2014 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 10. 2018

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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Tim Cammisa

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Tim, Nice way to ...

Tim, Nice way to store, and i'll have to look for secented moth balls

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