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Fly Tying Material #13435550 02/11/20 05:42 PM
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Where are you getting your fly tying material?


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Saltwaterflies.com, Feathercraft, and Sightcastflies. Locally Living Waters down in Round Rock.

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Various, a few feathers from hunters I know. J. Stockyard usually has what I want, Hook and Hackle is another, but is a little more limited on selection. I’ve ordered materials from saltwaterflies.com, but it’s been a while. Lurepartsonline is another to look at. I shop around a little, sometimes, someone will run a special on hooks or something.

Hobby lobby for things like sheet foam, glass beads, and some yarn.

Re: Fly Tying Material [Re: Bones72] #13436355 02/12/20 03:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Bones72
Saltwaterflies.com, Feathercraft, and Sightcastflies. Locally Living Waters down in Round Rock.


Went to Living Waters today, but one of the items I needed he doesn't carry.

I'll check out some of these places ya'll mentioned.


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Re: Fly Tying Material [Re: Hopedale] #13436540 02/12/20 12:23 PM
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Yes, not every vendor carries the same stuff. Sometimes, it’s hard to find a particular item.

Re: Fly Tying Material [Re: Hopedale] #13436581 02/12/20 01:14 PM
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Where are you at and what are you looking for? I might be able to help.

Re: Fly Tying Material [Re: Bones72] #13437451 02/12/20 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Bones72
Where are you at and what are you looking for? I might be able to help.


Mop chenille BPS has it. Going to hit them up this afternoon. Thanks.


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Bps or fishing tackle unlimited around H-town. A lot of stuff can be bought at craft stores too.

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Ebay

Re: Fly Tying Material [Re: Hopedale] #13440672 02/15/20 05:56 PM
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Barlows tackle on line.


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I've bought from Barlow's online a few times.

I don't know why I didn't just go in the store. I drive by at least a couple of times a month for work.

I could of saved $10 postage each time.


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Originally Posted by j_hirn2
I've bought from Barlow's online a few times.

I don't know why I didn't just go in the store. I drive by at least a couple of times a month for work.

I could of saved $10 postage each time.


Walking into Barlow's will cost you $200 minimum. Ask me how I know...


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Originally Posted by j_hirn2
I've bought from Barlow's online a few times.

I don't know why I didn't just go in the store. I drive by at least a couple of times a month for work.

I could of saved $10 postage each time.


Walking into Barlow's will cost you $200 minimum. Ask me how I know...



Agreed. One thing to note about Barlow‘s (at least before the world went upside down) is they are only open Monday-Friday. I believe their hours are 10-6 M-Th and 10-4 on Friday, but they might open at 9 am. Can’t remember as it has been too long since I’ve been there.

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