Wapsi Fly Tying Starter Kit
The Wapsi Fly Tying Starter Kit offers all of the basics needed to get started in the world of fly tying. Quality tools, hooks and materials, it&#39;s all here, and all while keeping with the Wapsi tradition of quality. This kit also includes the Wapsi Fly Tying Starter Video Instructions DVD, full of great tips and techniques. This DVD gives step by step instructions for tying 10 of today&#39;s hottest flies with the included materials.
Wapsi Hard Foam T.C.S. Poppers - Hook Kits
The Wapsi Hard Foam T.C.S. Poppers - Hook Kits are a classic bug-shaped popper that can be reversed for sliders. Lightweight, hard, and durable popper bodies are easy-to-use to create perfect popping bugs of all types. We carry the Wapsi Hard Foam T.C.S. Poppers in the size 8, 6, 4, and 1. Each kit comes in a pack of ten poppers and includes ten hooks.
Moose Body Hair is one of the best dry fly and nymph tailing materials available. It is a stiff, straight, primarily dark colored hair, glossy in appearance and a medium texture. The hair is primarily black to dark brown in color with some tan and white hairs thrown into the mix. The moose body hair, measuring approximately 2 1/2" long, is shorter than the mane but still makes very nice wings on medium to small dry flies. Moose body hair stacks quickly and easily making it perfect for humpies, wulffs and salmon patterns where a dark wing is desired. It is also commonly used on larger bullet head style salmon flies.
Wapsi All Purpose Rabbit Dubbing
Wapsi All Purpose Rabbit Dubbing is the bread and butter of natural, easily applied dubbing materials. Wapsi All Purpose Rabbit Dubbing is great for dry flies, wet flies and nymphs. This product is medium fine in texture with longer hairs, making it easier to apply. Wapsi All Purpose Rabbit Dubbing is dyed and processed in the Wapsi facility in Mountain Home, Arkansas. We stock a variety of colors, dyed and natural that imitate an array of trout stream insects.
Wapsi - Super Bright, All Purpose Dubbing
As Wapsi added sparkling synthetics in a variety of textures, the combinations became endless. Through years of collecting information from friends and customers across the fly fishing world, Wapsi has assembled the best and most famous of colors available today. Presently all these dubbings are dyed and processed in their facility in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Wapsi's equipment is unique to the industry, and state of the art.