Ice Dub is a great dubbing with awesome movement and a subtle, yet attractive, flash added. This is one of our favorite dubbings. The UV Black color is what we use in the popular Chimera Fly Pattern. We're pretty sure the secret to its success is this specific dubbing.
Bruiser Blend Dubbing is a proprietary blend by Fly Fish Food. It's the ultimate in streamer dubbing with the perfect length for a larger variety of flies, from smaller leeches to big nasty articulated flies.
Arizona Simi Seal is the dubbing used in flies like the popular Simi Seal leech. It's a great lifelike dubbing blend that works great on leeches, streamers or other fly patterns where movement and color are key. It's also great on nymphs and even bigger dry flies.
This dubbing is great for small midges all the way up to large streamers. It can easily be dubbed onto thread for small bodies, or it adds bulk to a streamer by tying it in "loop style." Created by John Rohmer AKA "The Godfather of Dubbing" this material has been in the works for well over a year, and has caught many fish for us already. In John's words, "I don't make stuff that doesn't catch fish." We agree 100%.
Arizona Mega Simi Seal, the bigger brother (i.e. longer fibers) to the popular Arizona Simi Seal, is a great lifelike dubbing blend that works great on leeches, streamers or other fly patterns where movement and color are key. El Sculpito and the Cheech Leech are great candidates for Arizona Mega Simi Seal!
Arizona Synthetic dubbing is a great material for nymph bodies or even dry flies. It's got a slick sheen with shorter fibers for a "buggy" look. Check out the popular hare's ear version we did with this dubbing.
The true measure of any dry fly dubbing is it's workability over a wide range of fly sizes. This unique blend of natural and synthetic fibers is fine enough to respond superbly to the smallest Midge pattern, yet no comfort is lost when applying it to a big Brown Drake or Stonefly. The fibers are light, manageable, and there is no waste. Thirty lifelike colors are specifically blended to accurately match virtually any aquatic or terrestrial insect.
SLF Prism Dub is much like Ice Dub and Hend's Spectra Dub. It has really cool colors and is used on all sorts of patterns. Designed to reflect light from all different angles and color tones to grab the attention of fish
Arizona Mega Synthetic dubbing is a great material for larger nymph bodies, some streamers or even dry flies. It's got a slick sheen with fibers for a "buggy" look. This is the longer fiber version of the original Az Synthetic. Check out the popular hare's ear version we did with this dubbing.
Great for emergers or other patterns needing extra bugginess with some shine. View the color chart for specific colors, keeping in mind the texture and reflectance is closer to the photos shown to the left.
A shaggy spandex micro-fiber material with a lot of movement. This is great for adding movement to nymphs, streamers, steelhead flies and anything else. Can be mixed with dubbing, dubbed itself or tied in by fibers.
TroutHunter Professional Dubbing for Emergers & Nymphs
Scud dub comes in a variety of colors to tie any color of scud or sowbug you might need. The dubbing is a light material with excellent sheen and shorter fibers for excellent scud and sowbug legs and translucency.
Micro Fine Dry Fly Dub is cut short so that even the novice can precisely place the right amount of dubbing onto the thread without unwanted bulk. Small or even micro sized flies are no problem with this dubbing.