‘Dubbing is the post-production process of recording and replacing voices on a motion picture or television soundtrack…’
‘When a guy’s frontal parts are pushing out onto a girl’s butt in the act of dancing.’
‘Accolade, the conferring of knighthood.’
Oh, finally found it: Dubbing is used as a body material for many nymph patterns and is widely used in the Western US for dry fly bodies where more buoyancy is required than a standard thread body can provide.
I have posted about dubbing before. This posting is a simple reminder that beyond buoyancy, dubbing is animation, suggestive of life, of wings, of legs, of gills, of antenna, of movement. Experiment with it’s untidy side too (especially for caddis pupa’s emerging).