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  1. #1
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    Default Dryer Lint??

    Has anyone used dryer lint to tye with? I kept a great looking tanish color that could be used for nymphs or craws.

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    Yes, I use it. I have a black pug and he is kind enough to leave me endless amounts of black dubbing....
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    This thread is awesome

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    Lightbulb Westie Dubb®

    The West Highland White Terrorist (as seen in avatar) provides a consistent, weekly supply of dubbing material. The undercoat is great...thinking about dying some...but the wife won't let me near her with the Kool Aid

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    after you wash it out; throw it in a small blender or grinder.
    “Every human has four endowments- self awareness, conscience, independent will, & creative imagination.
    These give us the ultimate human freedom... The
    power
    to choose, to respond, to change.”



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    I tie a fly from the lint I save out of my belly button. I add a few guard hairs from my beard trimmings and dub it onto the thread with a little ear wax. I call it the natural
    Last edited by flyman; 01-28-2010 at 12:56 AM. Reason: 42
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