|Grizzly Matuka Soft Hackle||Henry's Fork Hackle||Indian Rooster Saddle Patches|
Grizzly Matuka Soft Hackle is the feather for hackling large trout, bass and saltwater flies when a softer, webbier feather is needed. It can also be used for tying Near Nuff Sculpins.
You can use Henry's Fork Hackle as a substitute for regular rooster hackle on almost any fly. Also works great for a dubbing substitute on nymphs.
If you have an interest in winged streamers, these Indian Rooster Saddle Patches are the coolest. Hackles are narrow, stiff and have a good taper. Use for small wooly buggers and large dry flies.
|Soft Hackle Hen Saddle Patches||Strung Rooster Saddles Long||Strung Schlappen Long|
Soft Hackle Hen Saddle Patches are great for nymph collars, legs and tails, as well as soft hackle flies and crawdad claws.
These Strung Rooster Saddles are 4 to 6 inches long and are good for streamers, wets, bass and saltwater flies, and great for wooly buggers. This is one of the top ten essential fly tying materials.
Schlappen is not only fun to say but fun to use. Measuring 6 to 7 inches of long, soft, solid web, it is a key ingredient in spey and saltwater flies.
|Whiting Bronze 1/4 Saddle||Whiting Bronze Half Cape||Whiting Midge Bronze 1/4 Saddle|
|The ultimate in dry fly tying! Size 14 and smaller.||The ultimate in dry fly tying!||The ultimate in dry fly tying! 80% or more hook size 18 or smaller.|