CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing
CWO Leech Dubbing

CWO Leech Dubbing

Regular price $3.89

The only one of it's kind and our own exclusive blend, hand carded and manufactured  by us in house.  Leech dubbing is a slinky, soft dubbing that moves extremely well in the water.  It works well both in a dubbing loop or applied directly on to the thread. 

Use it on scuds, leeches and any wet fly you want to get a lot of movement with. Slightly glossy with just the right amount of bling to attract the fish. All colors are specifically tested for a specific color change after getting wet to ensure they work!

1.5 grams per bag.

From Chinook Wind Outfitters with pride.

Cotton Candy: A medium pink with hints of gold, silver and pink sparkle.

Kodiak: Deep rich brown with a touch of gold, copper and deep green sparkle.

PR Brown: Named after Phil Rowley as he told me he loved a medium brown with a riot of colors including, red, gold, blue, silver, copper and more.  A real workhorse.

Oh Canada! : Our patriotic nod to a great all around red with sparkles of red, gold and silver.

Dragonfly Blue:  A super color that is as close as you can get to the color of a real dragonfly. Blue and green sparkle throughout.

Dragonfly Green: A darker teal green with hints of green, blue, red and copper sparkle. Really gorgeous color.

Midnight Special: A solid black with red, blue, green and purple sparkle. 

Dark Knight: Another solid black that has deep purple/blue sparkles.

Dark Crocus: My personal favorite. A very dark purple that goes almost black with hints of purple when wet.  Has a riot of sparkle throughout and is a real workhorse as well. Don't pass this one by.

Grayling: A lighter grey that darkens with water. Mixed sparkle in it and is a super color  on scuds.

Northern Pine: Medium green with sparkles of gold, green, copper and red. A very all around color.

Police Car: Named after one of John Kent's patterns, this is a solid black with blue and red sparkle.

Amethyst:  A medium bright purple that has purple, blue and green sparkle. Really gorgeous when wet.

Root Beer: Really buggy color that has quickly gained a solid spot in my fly tying arsenal. Shetland pony brown that includes a variety of sparkle.

Mallard: Another medium olive with a wide variety of colors mixed in. A solid workhorse that works well with lots of patterns.

Sherbert: A very pale peach/pink with gold and pink sparkle.

Oyster Shell: An off white with aurora sparkles within. Really great as a minnow belly colour or on its own as a baitfish pattern.

Fly dressed by Deb Paskall