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Whiting Farms Fly Tying Feathers


Setting a New Standard

These feathers speak for themselves, there's just nothing left to say except,

Where does he go from here?

 

Understanding Grading at Whiting Farms

All Whiting capes and saddles are graded according to the number of flies you can tie from the feathers on a given pelt. Feather quality is the highest in the industry and does not vary between grades.

So what is the best value? If you're just getting started, my suggestion is to buy as many colors as you can afford. That means sticking with the lower grades. Why spend all you're money on a Gold Grade and get just one color?

Again, the feather quality is the same between grades. The flies you tie with a Progade cape will be every bit as good as those tied from a Gold cape. And for you advanced tyers looking for a wider range of smaller sizes, try a silver grade or better in the colors you use most often.

 

Feather Lines

dry fly hackle Whiting Farms Dry Fly Hackle
The feather count, barb density, symetry, flexable stems, of Whiting products has changed the world of fly tying. The Whiting line is extensive, please visit;
   
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Whiting Dry Fly Capes
Whiting Farms has set the standard in the market for dry fly capes. The quality and selection of colors is unbelievable, please visit; Whiting Dry Fly Capes.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Custom 100 Packs
Rather than pick all the size 18's out of your beautiful blue dun cape for this years blue winged olive hatch, try these. To see all the colors and sizes, please visit; Custom 100 Packs.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Whiting Dry Fly Saddles
The hair craze is over and saddles are back on the market. From midge to large hackle saddles, Whiting beats tham all. To see the full selection of colors, please visit; Whiting Dry Fly Saddles.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Spade Hackle
If the fibers you use for tailing are weak, they will bend and your fly will sink. Today, the best spade hackle is found on the rooster's shoulders, please visit; Whiting Spade Hackle.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Darbee Duns
The focus of his breeding was dun, every shade of dun. The feather quality was like no other. Stiff barbs, flexible stems, and beautiful colors, take a look; Darbee Duns.
         

 

dry fly hackle Whiting Farms Soft Hackle
Whiting offers a full range of soft hackle feathers. Looking for small feathers, hen capes are best. For large sizes, buy saddles. To see the full offering, visit;
   
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Whiting Hen Capes
No other grower offers such a wide selection of soft hackle hen capes. From fresh water to saltwater patterns, look no further, please visit; Whiting Hen Capes.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Whiting Hen Saddles
From bugger hackle to collars on salmon files, the feathers found on Whiting hen saddles are a must have. To learn more, please visit; Whiting Hen Saddles.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Mayfly Winger Capes
Many people ask "what is the best feather to use for tying wings on my dry flies?" Feathers with nice round tips to give your fly a nice look, please visit; Mayfly Winger Capes.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Soft Hackle with Chickabou
Whiting offers a wide variety of matuka nd chickabou feathers. To see them all on one page, please visit; Soft Hackle with Chickabou.

 

dry fly hackle Whiting Streamer Hackle
Whiting offers a full range of soft hackle feathers. Looking for small feathers, hen capes are best. For large sizes, buy saddles. To see the full offering, visit;
   
  saltwater capes steelhead capes American Rooster Hackle
No other grower offers such a wide selection of soft hackle hen capes. From fresh water to saltwater patterns, look no further, please visit; American Rooster Hackle.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes American Hen Hackle
From bugger hackle to collars on salmon files, the feathers found on Whiting hen saddles are a must have. To learn more, please visit; American Hen Hackle.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Rangeley Streamer Capes
The feathers on these capes are selected for tying fresh water streamers. Carrie Stevens patterns to be exact. To see the colors offered, please visit; Whiting Rangeley Capes.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Flat Wing Fly Saddles
Selected over many generations to grow long tappered feathers with web. To see the full selection of colors, please visit; Flatwing Fly Saddles.
     
  saltwater capes steelhead capes Schlappen
Wide, webby, and long! Muskie hunters love them. These feathers are sold in bundles by length. To see the full selection of colors, please visit; Whiting Schlappen.

 

dry fly hackleHebert Miner Dry Fly Hackle- Best known for the incredible selection of natural colors, this line was aquired from Ted Hebert in 1994. Also, you'll find these capes have a wider range of sizes. To order, please visit; Hebert Miner Dry Fly Hackle.



dry fly hackleCoq de Leon- Dating back to 1624, Coq de Leon, or the "rooster of Leon" is the oldest line of birds bred for their feathers. The beautiful long speckled fibers are stiff, almost having a glassy look. Visit; Coq de Leon.

 


dry fly hackleBrahma Hen- The feathers on the saddle of a brahma hen have a distinct mottled pattern that closely resembes that of a partridge. Perfect for small woolly buggers, emergers, and other soft hackle patterns. Visit; Brahma Hen.

 


dry fly hackleSpey Hackle- Feathers the like you've never seen before. More like fur than feathers. But if you're tying saltwater patterns, these are a must. And now I've added Spey Cock Tails, please visit; Whitng Spey Hackle.

 


 


 

dry fly hackleWhiting Farms Dry Fly Hackle

The Hoffman or Whiting line is best known for it's small sizes, high feather count, and flexible stems. For the first 20 years Hoffman limited his flock to grizzly and whites. So this line is more limited in color, but you won't find a better grizzly.

 

     
Whiting Dry Fly Rooster Capes Starting at $40.00  

Red Label

The small sizes, perfect barring, strong stems and incredible feather count - well you get the picture.

Packaged and graded by Whiting, order here;

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Dry Fly Capes.

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting Grizzly Midge Saddles Starting at $45.00  

Pure Perfection

The quality of these saddles is amazing. The feathers are so long that you can easily tie a dozen or more flies from a single feather.

The perfect balance of black and white. Barb density that other growers can only dream of. Feather stems that are strong and flexable.

The feather count, barb density, feather symetry, flexable feather stems, and perfect color - well you get the picture...

I've put together a page dedicated to just these saddles. From Whiting's ultra midge to saddles with larger sizes and all the colors you can imagine, you need to see for yourself!

 

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page; Whiting Dry Fly Saddles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
100 Packs - Dry Fly Grizzly Hackle $17.50  

Unbelievable Barb Density!

Rather than picking all the size 16's out of your beautiful rooster cape, try these out.

These feathers are from the saddles of the dry fly line and are sized and ready to go!

You will easily tie over 100 flies from these feathers. Long slender dry fly hackle, same size from tip to tip!

Sizes range from 10 to 22, and if you're into tying the really small ones, like a 32, give me a call for prices and availabe colors.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors and sizes, please visit my page on Whiting 100 Packs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting Buggar Packs $9.50  

It's all about movement in the water!

These buggar packs are a terriffic value! They are the feathers from the base of the cape.

The Woolly Bugger still remains one of the most deadly flies in your fly box.

A simple pattern and easy to tie, there are countless variations on the woolly bugger.

If your fishing rough water, you want stiff fibers. Muddy water, you'll need feathers the fish will see.

Whiting offers feathers for all fishing conditions.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of feather lines and colors, please visit my page on Woolly Bugger Hackle.

 

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

 

     
Whiting Schlappen 12 feathers / $7.50  

Wide, webby, long, and very durable; nothing compares to these feathers for tying large Musky or Saltwater flies!

   

 

 

Looking for other colors? These feathers are also available in beautiful dyed colors, some you can see pictured on the sidebar. To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Schlappen.

 

 

 

 

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dry fly hackleHebert Miner Dry Fly Hackle

The Hebert Miner line is best known for the incredible selection of natural colors. Darbee's selective breeding for every shade of dun has made this a favorite among tiers. Also, you'll find these capes have a wider range of sizes.

 

     
Hebert Miner Rooster Capes Starting at $40.00  

Green Label

From rusty dun to speckled badger, this line is a rainbow of natural colors.

 

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Dry Fly Capes.

 

 

 

 

     
Hebert Miner Rooster Saddles Starting at $40.00  

Unique Variants

Dr. Tom Whiting has made incredible advances the hackle quality of these saddles.

When Ted Hebert was working with this line, the feathers were much shorter, the feather count was much lower, and the fibers were softer.

 

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Dry Fly Saddles.

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

 

     
Spade Hackle - Tailing Packs $5.00  

Long, stiff fibers

The fibers on these shoulder patches of spade hackle are very stiff, keeping your dry fly on the water's surface.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Spade Hackle.

 

 
 

 

dry fly hackleWhiting Farms Soft Hackle

Whiting offers a full range of soft hackle feathers. Looking for small feathers, hen capes are best. For large sizes, buy saddles. To see the full offering, visit;

 

     
Whiting Hen Capes $25.00  

Soft and Webby Feathers

The soft webby feathers on these hen capes quickly absorb water, keeping your fly below the surface.

Hen capes offer the widest choice in sizes and colors . The feathers are long and narrow yet soft.

One of the benefits of a hen cape is that the smaller sizes on the top of the neck have a stem long enough to give you a few wraps - even on the smallest of flys.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Hen Capes.

 

 

 

 

 
     
Whiting Hen Saddles $12.50  

Wide Feathers

Hen Saddles are a larger feather with rounded tips and a bit softer. Generally, you will only find a few sizes on a saddle.

The fiber lengh is longer and a bit heavier than neck feather and when used as a collar, it gives the fly a nice full look.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Soft Hackle Hen Saddles.

 

 

 

     
Soft Hackle with Chicabou $15.00  

Matuka Feathers

The best feathers for tying "matuka" style flies are found on the breast of dry fly roosters. The feathers are long and wide with a round tip. The web is dense and extends to the edge of each feather.

Lower on the pelt is the chickabou. The best way to describe these feathers is that they are mini marabou. The fibers are soft and fluffy like marabou.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Soft Hackle with Chicabou.

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

 

     
Grizzly Winger feathers 4 for $15.00  

Mayfly Winger Feathers

Many people ask "what is the best feather to use for tying wings on my dry flies?"

Years ago, tyers were able to use hen necks. However, with hackle growers breeding for smaller and smaller hackle sizes, today these feathers are too narrow and "dry-fly" like.

Well, here is a feather that works well; nice barring, web right up to the edge, and nice round tips - all making for the perfect siloette on the water.

Looking for more colors? Check out my page on Winger Feathers

 

 

 

 

 

     
Hebert Miner Hen Capes $25.00  

Small Sizes with long stems!

The barring on these Hebert hen capes might not be as clean nor as fine as on a Whiting hen cape, but the feathers are soft and webby, perfect for tying soft hackle flies.

They are a favorite for many tiers, you can tie even the smallest sizes with the feathers on the top of the cape; they are long enough to finish your fly with just one feather.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Hen Capes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Hebert Miner Hen Saddles $12.50  

A Rainbow of Color!

This line of dry fly roosters was never selected as a line for grizzly hackle. Originally started by Harry Darbee and Andy Miner, it was highly prized for it's beautiful array of duns.

Later aquired by Ted Hebert, he worked with the flock for more than ten years to improve the feather quality and add colors.

In 1993 Tom Whiting purchased the birds from Ted. Tom dramatically increased the feather count and barb density on both the cape and saddle.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Whiting Soft Hackle Hen capes and saddles.

 

 

 

 

 


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dry fly hackleCoq de Leon

Dating back to 1624, Coq de Leon, or the "rooster of Leon" is the oldest line of birds bred for their feathers. The beautiful long speckled fibers are stiff, almost having a glassy look.

 

 

     
Coq de Leon Rooster Capes $35.00  

Pardo and Indio

There are two distict lines. "Pardo" or the brown line is a larger bird and the feathers are marked with fine speckling.

The other is refered to in the literature as "indio", or indian line. The feathers are grey, or steel color, and lack the speckling

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

 

 

 

     
Coq de Leon Rooster Saddles $55.00  

Pure Perfection

Here is Dr. Tom Whiting's work at it's finest. These saddles are nothing short of perfection, a work of art!

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

Full Saddle / $45

 

 

Half Saddle / $25

 

 

 

 

 

     
Coq de Leon Tailing Packs $5.50  

Small, smaller, and smallest!

For those of you that like to tie the small ones, here's a deal for you!

These are the tops of rooster capes. Sizes range from 16 on down with some tying as small as 22's and 24's.

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

 
 

 

Soft Hackle Hen Feathers

     
Coq de Leon Hen Capes $25.00  

Small Sizes with long stems!

The barring on these Hebert hen capes might not be as clean nor as fine as on a Whiting hen cape, but the feathers are soft and webby, perfect for tying soft hackle flies.

They are a favorite for many tiers, you can tie even the smallest sizes with the feathers on the top of the cape;

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Coq de Leon Hen Saddles $15.00  

A Rainbow of Color!

This line of dry fly roosters was never selected as a line for grizzly hackle. Originally started by Harry Darbee and Andy Miner, it was highly prized for it's beautiful array of duns.

Later aquired by Ted Hebert, he worked with the flock for more than ten years to improve the feather quality and add colors.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Soft Hackle with Chicabou $15.00  

Matuka Feathers

The best feathers for tying "matuka" style flies are found on the breast of dry fly roosters. The feathers are long and wide with a round tip. The web is dense and extends to the edge of each feather.

Lower on the pelt is the chickabou. The best way to describe these feathers is that they are mini marabou. The fibers are soft and fluffy like marabou.

 

Ordering

To see the full range of colors, please visit my page on Coq de Leon.

 

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

 

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dry fly hackleWhiting American Hackle

This line is unique in that these birds have been selected for wide, webby, sturdy feathers with rounded tips.

 

 

     
Whiting American Capes $35.00  

Wide, Webby, and Round!

These roosters have been geneticly selected to produce wide webby feathers with rounded tips.

The stem on these is stiff, perfect for tying streamer patterns.

And as I mentioned above, a cape gives you the option of tying a wide range of sizes.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting American Rooster Hackle.

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting American Saddles $45.00  

Wide, Webby, Long Feathers!

If you're looking for wide webby feathers, you can't find anything better than the feathers on these saddles. The web goes clear to the edge of the feather.

The feathers are long and the stems have more flexability than a feather from a cape. They are ideal for tying large buggers, leeches, and teasers for the surf angers.

Perfect for medium to large streamers, these feathers hold their shape in water. And unlike dry fly feathers, these feathers have quite a bit of tapper.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting American Rooster Hackle.

 

 

 

     
Whiting Streamer Packs $7.50  

Some Grizzly, some White!

These long wide, webby feathers are perfect for everyting from the smallest to the largest streamer patterns. The feather stem is stiff, giving your fly movement in the water.

Streamer patterns are not only fun to tie but remain some of the most deadly flies in your fly box.

Each pack includes 50 to 75 feathers, 2" to 5" long, and tie sizes 8, 10, & 12's.

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting American Hen Capes $25.00  

Soft and webby, and wide too!

This saltwater line has been bred for wide webby soft feathers. The stem of the feather is long so that you can tie most patterns with just one feather. Perfect for tying both warmwater and stealhead patterns.

These saltwater hen capes are dyed a wide range of bright colors. These striking colors are dyed over white, grizzley, and black laced to give the tyer almost every color and feather pattern to tie with.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting American Hen Hackle.

 

 

     
Whiting American Hen Saddles $20.00  

Wider Feathers!!!

These saddle feathers are even softer, wider, more webby than the feathers found on the neck. They make great collars on soft hackle flies.

You won't find a better feather for tying classic wet fly patterns. The webbing on the topmost section or each feather extends right out to the tip and the barb lenth is long, perfect for tying wet fly tails.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting American Hen Hackle.

 

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

 

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dry fly hackleBrahma Soft Hackle Hen Feathers

The feathers on these small birds are soft and have a delicate penciled pattern. They are the perfect partridge substitute. The capes are a silver badger with wide webby feathers.

 

     
Brahma Hen Saddles $20.00  

The perfect Partridge Substitute

The advantage of using these over partridge is that the feather stem is long. The stems on partrige feathers can be so short that they can be hard to wrap aroung a hook.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Brahma Hen Hackle.

 

 

 

 

     
Brahma Hen Chicabou $17.50  

Wolly Buggars

If you're tying small wolly buggars, the chicabou on these pelts makes perfect tailing.

As you can see in the picture, the matuka feathers are wide and webby with a delicate penciled pattern.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Brahma Hen Hackle.

 

 

 

 

     
Brahma Hen Capes $15.00  

Silver Badger

If you're tying soft hackle patterns, these silver badger feathers are a must! Tied on a hook, they give your fly a false thorax.

They are also available in dyed colors. Dyed burnt orange, they make great crayfish claws.

The feathers on the sides of these capes have the finely penciled soft feathers.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Brahma Hen Hackle.

 


To check out, click the "view cart" button

 

 

Rooster Feathers

 

     
Brahma Rooster Capes $25.00  

The perfect Silver Badger

Rather than picking all the size 16's out of your beautiful rooster cape, try these out.

These feathers are from the saddles of the dry fly line and are sized and ready to go!

You will easily tie over 100 flies from these feathers. Long slender dry fly hackle, same size from tip to tip!

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Brahma Hen Hackle.

 

 

 

     
Whiting Spruce Fly Saddles $15.00  

Soft and Webby Feathers

The soft webby feathers on these hen capes quickly absorb water, keeping your fly below the surface.

Hen capes offer the widest choice in sizes and colors . The feathers are long and narrow yet soft.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Brahma Hen Hackle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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dry fly hackleWhiting Spey Hackle - Bird fur

Assembled here, each pack is 100% Whiting Saddle Hackle, with more than enough feathers to tie 25 or 100 flies. Please be aware that this does not mean 25 or 100 feathers.

 

 

     
Whiting Spey Capes $45.00  

Long Fibers

Spey flies are some of the most beautiful flies you'll ever tie. The long flowing fibers unique to heron hackle give these patterns a most distinctive effect.

Unfortunatly heron is no longer available. So Tom Whiting responded by genetically selecting for these long heron like fibers on a rooster.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Spey Cock.

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting Spey Saddles $20.00  

Long & Whispy Fibers!

The Whiting Spey line is like nothing you've seeen before. Nothing ties a better shrimp pattern, in the water they are life-like.

Similar to the feathers from the cape, the fibers on a saddle are long and flowing.

The advantage of the saddle is that the feather are much longer and the stems are far more flexable.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Spey Cock.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting Spey Coq Tails 12 feathers / $17.50  

Feathers from the now extinct "Spey Cock" were used for the body hackle in tying spey and dee flies. Tom Whiting has genetically reengineered these feathers...

   

 

 

Looking for other colors? These feathers are also available in beautiful dyed colors, some you can see pictured on the sidebar. To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Spey Cock.

 

Hen Feathers

     
Whiting Spey Hen Capes $25.00  

More like fur than feather!

The soft webby feathers on these hen capes quickly absorb water, keeping your fly below the surface.

Hen capes offer the widest choice in sizes and colors . The feathers are long and narrow yet soft.

One of the benefits of a hen cape is that the smaller sizes on the top of the neck have a stem long enough to give you a few wraps -even on the smallest of flys.

 

Ordering

To see the wide range of colors, both natural and dyed, please visit my page on Whiting Spey Cock.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rooster Saddle Hackle

Saddle hackle offers consistancy. It's the same size from tip to tip. This lends well if you're production tying. You can expect to tie as many as a dozen flies from one feather.

 

     
Flatwing Fly Grizzly Saddles $75.00  

You can tie just about any pattern with the feathers from these saddles; dry flies from the longer thin feathers, flatwing patterns from the long wide feathers, and buggars from the short webby feathers on the tail of the saddle.

   

 

 

Looking for other colors? These saddles are also available in whites and other natural colors. Dyed, these saddles are beautiful! So visit my page on Flatwing & Buggar Saddles

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Quality Beyond Compare!


 

 

 

Todays Hackle Growers

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metz feathers

A long time favorite among tiers for winging, these feathers are not as long.

 

 

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The barring is slightly cleaner and the feathers a be softer.

 

 

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Tiers like these for their soft fibers, but the feathers are larger.

 

 

 

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Nice soft fibers for tying wingless wet flies.

 

 

 

 

The 5 Core Colors in Fly Tying

 

Grizzly

 

 

Brown

 

 

Medium Blue Dun

 

 

Cream

 

 

Black

 

 

Feathers for Dry Flies


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Click on a picture!

 

 

Hackle

 

Whiting Dry Fly Saddles

 

 


Whiting Hackle

100 Packs

 

 


Cape Tops

 

 


Darbee Duns

 

 

Tailing

 

Coq de Leon Tailing Packs

 


Spade Hackle

 


Golden Pheasant Tippets

 

 

 

Mayfly Winger Feathers

 

Winger Patches

webby feathers with nice round tips

 


Lemon Wood Duck



Turkey Flats

perfect flat edges for wing posts

 

 

Duck Quills

 

 

Duck Bellie

 

 

Body Hackle

 

Rhode Island Red Quill Body Capes

 


Peacock Herl

 

 



Tying Bench

 

 

Is this Cree too?

Dark Barred Ginger - not cree, notice the lack of the black barring?

 



Five Core Colors

 

 

Adams Combo Set

 

 

Dry Fly Patterns





 

 

 

Whiting Hackle Gauge

 



Tying Bench

 

 

 

Dark Ginger

 

 

Grey Dun

 

 

Coachman Brown

 

Cape Tops

Small-Large-Small

 

 

Dun Grizzly

 


Ginger Variant



Cream Badger



Light Grey Dun

 

 

Grizzly Dyed Brown

 

 

Furnace

 

 

Dark Blue Dun

 

 

Grizzly

 

 

Dun Badger

 


Dun Splash

 

 

Dyed Ginger

 

 

Grizzly Variant

 

 

Tan Dun

 

 

Speckled Badger

 

 

Silver Badger

 

 

Olive

 

 

Sandy Dun

 

 

Olive Dun

 

 

Speckled Badger

 

 

Greenwell

 

 

Grizzly

 

 

Light Ginger

 

 

Light Barred Ginger

 

 

Dyed Ginger

 



Tying Bench

 

 

The 5 Core Colors

Grizzly

 

Grizzly

 

 

Brown

 

 

Medium Blue Dun

 

 

Cream

 

 

Black

 

 

Adams combo set

 

 

 

cape tops

 

 

Adams combo set

 


 

 

 

golden olive

 

golden brown

 

chartruese

 

magenta

 

yellow chartruese

 

purple

 

kingfisher blue

 

light grizzly

 

dark grizzly

 

dun grizzly

 

 

 

Popular Colors

 

burnt orange

 

olive

 

brown


tan