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Wapsi Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked Price from 13.57 € View products

A tremendous value! Soft tanned, premium quality, half rabbit skin pre-cut into zonker strips. About 26 strips, 3,5-4mm wide.
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Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Tan
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Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Tan

Code: RZB041


14.52 €
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Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Light Olive
Wapsi

Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Light Olive

Code: RZB060


13.57 €
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Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Olive
Wapsi

Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked - Olive

Code: RZB089


13.57 €
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Barred Rabbit Half Skin Zonked

A tremendous value! Soft tanned, premium quality, half rabbit skin pre-cut into zonker strips.
About 26 strips, 3,5-4mm wide.
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AS WE APPROACH OUR 60TH YEAR IN BUSINESS, WE WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOU A LITTLE WAPSI HISTORY.
In 1945, Lacey Gee of Independence, Iowa began a fly tying business. photo of Lacey GeeWith some financial help and encouragement from the owner of Wapsi Produce Company, Lacey established the Wapsi Fly Company. Previously, he had been employed by the poultry processing plant, which provided a ready source of feathers. That, along with incentive, imagination and a good deal of skill in fly tying, became the basis for his new business. The name, Wapsi, was a natural, as the buildings housing it were located on the banks of the Wapsipinicon River.
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