Cabela's Fly-Tier's Grab Bag

Priced: $19.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Fly-Tier's Grab Bag -
Wide variety of usable hair, fur and feathers with enough material to be used for tying bass bugs, dry flies, nymphs and streamers. Plenty of color choices to tie dozens of flies. Great assortment for the beginning or the experienced fly-tier.
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Cabela's Fly-Tier's Grab Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good for streamers

I tie a lot of streamers mostly wooly buggers and leeches and things like that and this package pleased me and had almost everything I wanted to get.
Alaskanflytyer at Cabelas on 10/08/2012

Excellent Assortment

I am totally pleased with this grab bag of fly tying material. It fully met my expectations.
NEPiker at Cabelas on 05/17/2012

Negative Reviews:

Far Too Niche, Poor Quality

I bought this out of curiosity as to what it contained. I got several unusual colors of marabou and saddle hackle- somewhat useful for wooly buggers and streamers, multiple colors of buck tail, some odd variant of craft hair that was very coarse and rolled when I attempted to tie it in, ostrich hurl (I haven't used that at all, ever), green pheasant tails (very narrow uses, due to the color), and a full hare's mask that provides great dubbing, although I had to let it air out because of its odor. Upon trying the flies I tied, I found that the marabou and buck tail loses their dye in the water. Most of the materials were too large to tie with, low quality, or ridiculous colors. I WILL NOT be purchasing another. My advice? Put the money down for nice materials. It is more cost-efficient to buy a high quality version of what you want than to waste money on useless materials because they are cheap.
DryFlyFisherman at Cabelas on 07/30/2013

Too Big

All of this stuff is way to big. Beginners be ware, this looks nice, but unless you're tying for bass and pike, this stuff is way to big. You need the same material in size 14 to 22 if your tying for trout. Even the big trout in the San Juan, eat small dries and nymphs.
cherriflyfish at Cabelas on 02/09/2012