Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co.
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Fuchsia
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Fire Red
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Golden Brown
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Black
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Moss Green
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Natural Brown
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Navy
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Teal
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. Purple/Brown Mix
Bison Dubbing Fiber Default type The Buffalo Wool Co. River Green

Bison Dubbing Fiber

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From the undercoat of the American plains bison, with just enough of the coarse fiber to give it some spikiness.  Ultra light, and naturally water repellant, bison down holds bubbles better than almost any natural fiber.  The down ranges from 16-21 microns, which allow you to dub down to a size 26 and beyond, perfect for dries and nymphs. 

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Po106 S.
Buffalo nymphs

Using buffalo fur is tricky as it is extremely tough and a little wrapped goes a long way..... It seems best mixed with other dubbing to give it sparkle. I must give just a few comments for now as I am just into tying with it. I will try mixing it with wool from sheep to give my Utah Killer Bugs more buggy-ness.
I will post other review as I keep experimenting........Mike

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Brian L.
Great Dubbing

This was a great find. The dubbing is dense and came in great colors.

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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