Basic Dubbing Techniques
(And how they apply to your patterns)
Recently, I received a number of questions regarding dubbing, how it is applied & how do you get it to go on a certain way for a specific application?
For this Video we will address how small technique changes, while using the same materials, will adjust your dubbing in such a way that it can apply to dry fly, large segmented dry flies/wets & wet/nymph patterns.
In order of the example provided (left-to-right)
Standard Dry Fly Applications
(Single strand saliva dubbed)
Segmented Abdomen Applications
(Waxed dubbing loop, counter-spun)
Wet / Nymph Applications
(Waxed dubbing loop)
Basic Dubbing Technique Video
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