Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn
Dirty Bug Yarn

Dirty Bug Yarn

$6.50
Color
Black
Orange Aphid
Pale Olive
Olive Caddis
Mottled Olive
Mottled Dark Green
Mottled Golden Olive
Caddis Brown
Red
Litchen
Mottled Chironomid
Mottled Caddis
Mottled Caddis Green
Grey Caddis
Dirty Dark Olive
Caddis Pupa
Rhyacophilia (Fl. Green)
Dirty Pale Olive
Primrose
High Contrast Oive
Ivory
Green Olive
Golden Olive
Dark Olive
Danica
Cinnamon
Chartreuse
Pale Brown
Salmon
Shrimp
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Dirty Bug Yarn 

When we look closely at insects and invertebrates they are not just one colour but a range of mixed colors across their body. So why do we often use single color dubbing to imitate nature? That was the big question the Semperfli Pro Team was asking. As a result, we developed Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown which is part of our Dirty Bug Yarn fly tying range. We call it Dirty Bug Yarn because it has multiple colors found on insects and invertebrates, whether you are tying shrimps, Baetis nymphs, caddis nymphs it does not matter. We decided to blend multiple color materials into Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown creating a 2 ply yarn so that you can tie larger nymphs or split the 2 ply yarn for smaller flies.

Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown is capable of being used as what we call a dubbing rope, simply tie in Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown and wrap around the hook or you can break apart the Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown to make dubbing!. When we designed Dirty Bug Yarn we wanted a highly fibrous material that would look really 'buggy' and look natural. Dirty Bug Yarn Caddis Brown is exactly that, simple to use, highly buggy, and very versatile