Mylar Piping

A versatile tying material, Mylar mimics scales on any baitfish fly pattern.

Details

Mylar material imitates the flash and scale of baitfish for saltwater flies and freshwater streamers. Slip over the shank of the hook and tie down at both ends. Not only limited to tying baitfish fly patterns, Mylar makes wing cases on Copper Johns. In black, gold, silver, pearl, pewter. One yard of fly tying material per pack.
Mylar material in sizes: S(1/8"), M(3/16"), L(1/4").

Reviews

Overall: 3.8/5 starsShow Rating Distribution 3.8 / 5 based on 6 reviews

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4 of 6 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 3/5 stars 3/5

    A little tricky - 3/25/2014
    By: from Rochester, NY

    This material is beautiful to look at but a little tricky to use. I bought it to use for bodies on Zonker streamers. As soon as I cut the material it starts to unravel, After doing some research, I concluded that i have to brush the material with head cement to keep it usable. This is a beautiful material but it would be nice if it was easier to use.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    auwsume - 3/11/2013
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    this tubing is great,cant waite till spring,when pike and bass opends. boy i whis this product was arround 45years ago ty,ty,ty.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Minnows & large nymphs - 3/4/2013
    By: from South Carolina

    Black Mylar tubing makes a great body for numerous patterns. Has good reflection in the water and simulates scales well.

  • 4/5 stars 4/5

    12/4/2012
    By: from new york

    Haven't tied with it yet, but you got to love the color

  • 1/5 stars 1/5

    Too hard to work with - 4/11/2012
    By: from Mandeville, LA

    This Mylar piping is extremely delicate, and does not hold up well. As soo as I cut the length I needed off is started to unravel. This is the first mylar piping I have bought from Orvis and I'm not impressed. A helpful idea would be to make the Mylar pieces thinner, allowing more fibers to intertwine and hold together. They do not hold in place well enough. Tinsel pieces are too thick.

  • 5/5 stars 5/5

    Great Material - 8/17/2011
    By: from Knife River Flies, Knox, IN
    Top 1000 Contributor

    Ideal for making the body of Streamers.

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