You can tie anything,get material from,stuffed animals, furs,doll heads,don't limit yourself,to overpriced material,I used fur from my last two dogs
You see, I replaced a broken treble on one of my spinners with one dressed with synthetic and it disintegrated after only a couple of pike strikes. I do not know whether it is workmanship, or the nature of the material, or rotten luck, but bucktail just seems to hold up better.You can tie anything,get material from,stuffed animals, furs,doll heads,don't limit yourself,to overpriced material,I used fur from my last two dogslo
I really dont know the answer to this.
No, actually it's a perfectly reasonable answer.I really dont know the answer to this.
Truthfully, Ive never really found a way to get cheap bucktail, at the retail level. I never buy any natural tying materials(hair, feathers,)sight-unseen. Im extremely picky about the texture, length & consistency and most of the packaged stuff I come across is reject-material, IMO, so I never order it online. With so few brick/mortar options available that offer the opportunity to pick from a selection, I pretty much pick from what I can find from small tying shops, BPS/Cabelas, & any other random place that sells it.
So, thats a really long way of saying I unfortunately dont have an answer to your question.