Published Sep 26. 2019 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 26. 2019

Tulle Shrimp

A new material for building shellbacks for shrimps and nymphs. Tulle is the polyester mesh material used to add layers to wedding dresses and ballgowns. It's very cheap, comes in a wide range of colours and when coated with UV-resin makes a great fly tying material. The Tulle Shrimp is tied with the tulle mesh laid over a dubbing and tinsel body to imitate the shrimp's segmented shell. Thanks for watching.

Thomas Nick

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