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Flatwing fly & Bugger Saddles

This line of roosters has been carefully selected over many generations to grow long saddle feathers with web. They are wider than dry fly saddle hackle and the fibers are softer.

The bright colors are perfect for tying flatwing fly patterns. The stems are strong and these webby feather hold their shape in water.

Unlike dry fly saddle hackle, these feathers have quite a bit of tapper. So if you're tying wooly buggers and want a cone shape look, these are what you're looking for!

12/07/2014 - I've redesigned this page.

 

For Flatwing Saddles please visit; Flatwing Fly Saddles

 

For Bugger Saddles please visit; Woolly Bugger Hackle

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Soft Hackle Rooster Saddles

<Flatwing Rooster Saddle>The market for these feathers is red hot! Everyone is looking for full saddles for both hair extensions and jewelry design.

The feathers on these soft hackle rooster saddles are long, wide, and webby. The feather length is 7 - 9 inches. They come in both hot colors and naturals.

Fot the fly tyer, they are perfect for tying bright colored bass bugs, tarpon flies, decievers, intruders and saltwater streamers.

The natural earth tone colors are well marked, perfect for tying streamer and bass bug patterns. Be sure and check out the bleeched grizzly, it has been one of the hotest sellers, It's the perfect feather for tying tarpon flies.


    Bright Colors  
<Flatwing Rooster Saddle>  

These colors are dead on, the dye job is perfect. Check out the colors dyed on badger. Tying one of these feathers in your fly imitates the lateral line on a bait fish.

The feathers on these saddles are wider and webbier than dry fly saddles. The average feather lengh is 7 - 9 inches and the feather count is lower, as you can clearly see in the pictures.

Just click a tab below and see all the variety in that color range. Want to see a bigger picture? Click on one of the thumb nails and you can get an up-close look.

  • best sellers
  • dyed on white
  • dyed on grizzly
  • dyed on badger
  • fly patterns


The best selling colors at the shows this year have been:

white yellow chartruese blue yellow grizzly/
chartruese
orange grizzly/violet badger/blue
Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


orange yellow chartruese yellow chartruese green chartruese red violet pink
hot pink claret lt blue blue purple new color new color new color

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


I'm in the process of dying up more blue, light blue and violet, please check back, thanks

orange yellow chartruese red blood red blue light blue violet
claret pink new color new color new color new color new color new color

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


I'm working on getting these restocked, if you are looking for badger, please visit my page on saltwater rooster saddles

thanks,

David

red yellow orange blue blood red violet claret new color

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


I'm looking for flies to post here, so if you have any, please email me a picture and the recipie along with any notes on tying it and I'll post it. Email me if you have any questions,

Thanks,

David

 

 

 

    Natural Colors  
<Flatwing Rooster Saddle>  

These saddles are big sellers at shows. Some want them for tying flat wing patterns, some for bugger pattterns

The feathers on these saddles are wider and webbier than dry fly saddles. The average feather lengh is around 7 - 9 inches and the feather count is lower.

Just click a tab below and see all the variety in that color range. Want to see a bigger picture? Click on one of the thumb nails and you can get an up-close look.

  • best seller
  • grizzlies
  • browns
  • dunns
  • olives
  • badger/furnaces
  • variants
  • fly patterns


The best selling colors at the shows this year have been:

black beatlegreen grizzly/black olive dark olive brown white claret

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


grizzly dunn grizzly light grizzly dark
bleached
ghost barred
variant tan
olive light olive golden olive brown olive brown marc brown burnt orange golden straw

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


brown light brown dyed brown firery brown coachman
brown
furnace dyed furnace dark brown
ginger light ginger dark ginger cream tan sulfer golden yellow burnt orange

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


blue dunn light blue
dunn
dark blue
dunn
sandy dunn blue dunn badger iron dunn blue dunn
splash
grey dunn
splash

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


olive lt olive dk olive olive/grizzly lt green olive golden olive brown olive brassy olive

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color


silver badger golden badger cream badger ginger badger speckled badger dunn badger greenwell pumpkin

 

Full Saddles - $75
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $40
To order, choose a color

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Full Saddles - $60
To order, choose a color
Half Saddles - $35
To order, choose a color


I'm looking for flies to post here, so if you have any, please email me a picture and the recipie along with any notes on tying it and I'll post it. Email me if you have any questions,

Thanks,

David

 

 

 

 

*Return Policy - If you receive your order and are not happy with it in some way, please contact me. Do not just send them back! There are absolutely not returns on fashion feathers sold on full or half saddles. Any returns on other items will be charged a 20% restocking charge.

This is because of a few who have ordered saddles and after receiving them, plucked feathers and then returned them wanting a full refund. We can not count each feather on every saddle we sell, so there is no other way to deal this problem.

The second reason is hygene. Some fly tyers touch these feathers to their mouth. Stylist put them into peoples hair, close to their customer's eyes. Once we ship an order, the feathers are out of our control and due to insurance issues, we cannot resell them. The liability would put us out of business.

Thank you for your understanding, David 608-332-4220

 


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