Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit Patterns & Kits The Buffalo Wool Co.
Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit Patterns & Kits The Buffalo Wool Co.
Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit Patterns & Kits The Buffalo Wool Co.
Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit Patterns & Kits The Buffalo Wool Co.

Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit

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The American plains bison is what your fishing is missing, just enough of the coarse fiber to give it some spikiness. Ultralight and naturally water repellant, bison down holds bubbles better than almost any other natural fiber.

This ultimate bison fly tying kit gives you everything you need for your is available in five bison dubbing in colors, enough to get you started and hooked on bison flies for all of your fishing needs.  Bison fiber is great for dubbing and bodies. You'll love using the bison fiber for catching your browns, rainbows, salmon, steelheads and whatever else you can toss a line at.

Kits include:

3 yarn spools: Earth yarn (90% bison down yarn 10% Nylon)                                                              Prairie (50/50 Bison & silk) Blue and red

11 Bison fibers Natural - Bison Brown,  Black, Teal, Fire Red,                                            Golden Green, Moss Green, Bottle Blue, Purple, River Green,                                    Fuchsia, Chartreuse Green

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Based on 24 reviews
Perry V. (Harlingen, US)
Fly Tying Materials

They look great.
Can’t wait to try these on water.

Rick L. (Flint, US)
Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit

Your fly tying kit deserves 5 stars for variety of colors and combinations of materials. All of which provide options when creating a new fly pattern or matching a hatch streamside. Thx!

Kathy S. (Temple, US)

Ultimate Bison Fly Tying Kit

David C. (Springfield, US)
Fly-tying brother loves these

I ordered a fly tying set for my brother who has been making his own flies for years. He recently retired from a long career in a high-pressure corporate job and fly fishing is his escape. I liked being able to order the set and have it delivered to his house with a gift note; great service I might add! He was surprised and excited to begin making up some flies with the set. Thanks for another innovative product. PS- Our adult son loves his bison fur beanie cap for daily runs in the winter too!

Gordon Z. (Irving, US)
Bison dubbing

Very pleased with the dubbing so far… have tied a few flies with it to see how it reacts.
Would like to see and/or acquire some mane hair, chap hair etc to be used for streamers.

Terry O. (Boynton Beach, US)

Just what I expected thank you very much

Jacob P. (Saint Paul, US)
Great Dubbing

I like that it’s a unique product. Never seen it before so I had to try it. Makes for some “buggy” flies!

L.S. (Hobart, AU)
Beaut Stuff

Great material for dubbing, winging and adding collars to flies. Also ordered the Red River Cap. Super warm. I exchanged the rather dull olive green patch on the hat with the round, orange Bison Wool Co. patch--much more eye-catching and can be easily done because of the velcro square on the front of the hat. Just add velcro dots to the back of the patch and stick it on the hat. My only complaint is that the Buffalo Wool Co doesn't ship overseas, so I had the items sent to my brother-in-law in California, and he forwarded them to me here in Tasmania (next landfall to the south: Antarctica, but a great place for plentiful but very wily trout).

S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA

Designed from the Ground Up

The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.

Read more about how we spin our American bison yarns

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