Naturals Collection Colors – Maroon, Copper Brown, Mustard, Insect Green Olive, Litchen, Olive, Green Olive, Black, Iron Blue and Pale Grey.
Standard Collection Colors – Black, Maroon, Brown Olive, Pale Grey, Teal, Fl.Pink, Dark Claret, Red, Fl.Orange and Fl.Wimbledon Yellow.
Steelhead Collection Colors – Olive, Fl.Yellow, Fl. Green Rhyacophilla, Orange, Fl.Red, Fl.Orange, Light Pink, Fl.Pink, Red and Brown Olive.
The worlds thinnest fly tying chenille. This stunning micro chenille has just 2 strands in its manufacture making it extraordinarily thin – ideal for micro dry thorax on klinkhammer’s and collars on nymphs. The stunning UV flecks imitate insect and invertebrate legs, ideal for czech nymphs, scuds, etc… Simply wrap around the body and add a shellback with wire or use colours like 7250 – the apple green for Rhyacophilia (Rock Worm Caddis) nymphs.
WHAT IS STRAGGLE STRING UV?
-At first glance Straggle String UV may seem like many of the other “fritz” type tying materials… Take a closer look though and you will find Straggle String UV is a carefully developed fly tying material and NOT just another off the peg product poached from the textiles trade.
FEW FACTS ABOUT STRAGGLE STRING UV
-Finer core than typical “fritz” type materials. Widest range of natural fly tying colors available. Colors chosen by and dyed by the SemperFli team. Coded colors to integrate with the Semperfli dubbing system. Reduced fiber density (less like a blob more like legs or a hackle). Reflective/refractive fibers provide insect-like iridescence. Subtle UV properties give the impression of life-like movement.
WHAT CAN STRAGGLE STRING UV BE USED FOR?
-The fact is it’s really up to you but here are a few tips and tricks from the Semperfli team to get you started. The fine core means really slim bodies are possible. Try SF3300 on a curved hook for a fantastic bloodworm pattern or any of the natural colors under a shellback for a superb (and very quick to tie) shrimp. Lower fiber density coupled with fine core makes great thoraxes for bead head flies. The fine core absorbs much less water than standard fritz meaning Straggle String UV can be used in dry fly patterns Finer material means smaller flies. Sizes 16, 18, and 20 can easily be tied. The wide range of natural colors is great for imitating the natural invertebrates that make up fishes’ diet.