Superb for spinners and fly bodies. The segmentation is easy to work with and clip to precise size. In white, black, tan, mahogany, gray, pale yellow, olive, pale morning dun, March brown, Adams gray, green drake, amber, rusty brown, blue-winged olive, light Cahill. Made in USA.
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10 of 10(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Turkey Biots
Review 1 for Turkey Biots
May 10, 2013
"Purchased these to tie Olive and Mahogany Mayfly Nymphs. Excellent product with perfest biots every time. Tied some excellent flies so will buy again when needed."
"If you have never used a quill for a dry fly body or if all you have ever used before is stripped peacock herl, then you are in for a treat. Just soak these in water to make them soft and pliable and tie them in at the butt with the little notch facing the eye of the hook. You will be amazed at what a great segmented body it will produce. Plus it is more durable than peacock herl and holds up to trout's teeth better."
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Review 3 for Turkey Biots
March 15, 2013
from North Carolina
"The quality of the product was good but the color was very bright almost chartreuse. That is the reason for the lower review."
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Review 4 for Turkey Biots
February 18, 2013
"I Love the effect turkey biots give for bodies. I could only give a 4 star rating only for the fact i found the dying a little inconsistant , my latest march brown biots were quite a bit lighter than my last purchase."
"These turkey biots are the best I have found, they are particularly good for use in tying for giving the effect of segmented bodies on any type if bodies but can be used as tails. A very good biot, you sometimes have to look for longer single biot, I would recommend for the discerning fly tier."
"Ordered this and several other colors. The biots I received had good coloring and were very consistent in length. Good for any dry from 18 to 12. If I tie anything smaller than 18 I normally use quill or dubbing. I tied up several in two different patterns for a trip out west recently. The biot bodies held up well after several strikes ( I wrap the thread around the bodie as I wind the biot) and even after lengthy sessions on the water, needed only a couple of false cast to get them floating again. I would recommend these to anyone tying with biot. If you've never tried tying with them give it a shot. They don't cost much and you might find you like them."