Semperfli have recently just brought out a whole new bunch of new and exciting materials. As part of their amazing pro team, each year we all come together for a little something called Fly Jam! we all get to get our hands on the new products and have a play with it all. This year one of the stand out products for me is the new Semperseal sub, an outstanding seals fur substitute.
A Little Bit About Semperseal
First of all in some countries seals fur can be quite difficult to get your hands on and even travel with. look no further than Semperseal! its available in a whopping 41 colours! you can get these in individual packs or in a dubbing dispenser like the image above.
Seals fur can be a tricky material to work with, this new dubbing from Semperfli is some of the nicest and easiest dubbing I’ve used. you’ll notice the fibre lengths are long, this is intentional and you can tie all manner of flies with this dubbing weather that be salmon, saltwater or predator flies! for them smaller flies just cut the semperseal to the length you require.
Semperseal In Action!
Above is another example of how semperseal can be used from fellow Semperfli Pro Team Member Deb Paskall. here she’s used the dubbing on her Seals Bugger and a Leech pattern where she’s mixed Semperseal and Semperfli Ice Dubbing to create a lovely buggy pattern! yet again showing how versatile the Semperfli products are!
Semperseal will be available from dealers worldwide by the end of December. if you’re unsure who your local dealer is just contact Semperfli directly and they can point you in the right direction!