Stretch Worm Flytying Chenille

R69.00R74.00

Stretch Worm 3mm

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Stretch Worm Flytying Chenille from Veniard

This fly tying cheniile is made from Antron and rubber fibres woven onto a stretchy core.
It is 3mm across and is great for worm type flies.

Use it to tie a bloodworm fly or a pink stretch worm.
Video: Tying a bristle worm fly

Using Veniard Stretch Worm to Tie Flies

Veniard Stretch Worm is a versatile fly tying material that can be used to create a variety of realistic and effective flies. It is made from a stretchy, rubberized material that is easy to work with and gives your flies a natural, segmented look. Veniard Stretch Worm is available in a variety of colors, so you can match it to the natural insects that your target fish are feeding on.

To use Veniard Stretch Worm, simply wind it around a shaped and weighted body, or tie it on to the shank. Then, coat the worm with lacquer or UV glue to seal it in place. The worm will give your flies a natural, segmented look that will fool even the most discerning fish.

Here are some of the benefits of using Veniard Stretch Worm to tie flies:

  • It is easy to work with: Veniard Stretch Worm is a soft, pliable material that is easy to wind and shape. This makes it a great choice for beginners who are just starting to tie flies.
  • It is durable: Veniard Stretch Worm is a stretchy material that is resistant to wear and tear. This means that your flies will last longer and be more resistant to damage.
  • It is versatile: Veniard Stretch Worm is available in a variety of colors, so you can match it to the natural insects that your target fish are feeding on. This makes it a great choice for a variety of fly fishing applications.
Tips for using Veniard Stretch Worm to tie flies:
  • Use a thread base: A thread base will help to prevent the worm from slipping. This is especially important when tying small flies.
  • Wind the worm tightly: Wind the worm tightly around the body of the fly to create a smooth, segmented look.
  • Coat the worm with lacquer or UV glue: Coating the worm with lacquer or UV glue will help to seal it in place and protect it from wear and tear.

Overall, Stretch Worm Flytying Chenille is a great choice for fly tying. It is easy to work with, durable, and versatile. With a little practice, you can use Veniard Stretch Worm to create a variety of realistic and effective flies.