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Last Update - Saturday November 22th, 2014

From dry fly to soft hackle, Whiting Farms grows the finest Feathers for Fly Tying. Here are some links...

Whiting Dry Fly Capes

Whiting Dry Fly Saddles

Whiting Hen Capes

Woolly Bugger Hackle

Soft Hackle with Chicabou

And these are just a few of the feather lines offered by Whiting. Please visit; Whiting Fly Tying Feathers.

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If you order feathers from me and are not happy for whatever reason, please contact me right away and I will resolve the problem. I don't want you to be unhappy with anything you purchase.

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With so many feathers and links on this page, it's hard to know where to start. And it's easy to get lost. So to get a quick glimpse of all the pages on this site, here is a link to the Product Directory.

 

Just In!!! - Saturday November 22th, 2014

If you're interested to see what's new this week, please visit my page;*Just In*. I update it weekly so be sure to check back!

     
Whiting Farms Gold Midge Saddle $130.00  

Grizzly Variant

Here is the best of the best! Whiting Farm's finest work.

These Gold grade midge saddles are rare indeed.

To see other colors I have available, please visit my page; Whiting Dry Fly Saddles.

 

And as always, FREE SHIPPING

 

Full Saddle / $130

 

 

 

 

Whiting Hackle Packs

Like this color but don't need that many feathers? Give these a try!

Available in more than midge, you can choose from sizes 10 to 32's in both 25 and 100 packs.

To see other colors I have available, please visit my page; Whiting 100 Packs.

 

 
 

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Bargain Bin - Tuesday November 11th, 2014

Each week I offer specials on overstock items and deals on slightly damaged pelts. So for you bargain shoppers looking for a deal, be sure and check out the;*Bargain Bin*.

     
Whiting Dry Fly 1/2 Saddle $23.50  

Short Feathered Saddles

The feathers on this 1/2 saddle might be short, 5 to 7 inches, but they are the same high quality you've come to expect from Whiting.

For the same price as a Whiting 100 Pack, you get more than 3 times the feathers. Hook size; 16's and 18's

 

 

Looking for other colors and sizes, please visit my page; Bargain Bin.

 

And as always, FREE SHIPPING

 

Whiting 1/2 Saddle - $23.50

 

 

 

 

 

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This week's Featured Cape

I've completley redesigned this page, offering a side by side comaprison of dry fly hackle from each of the major hackle growers - all on one page. From Whiting Gold capes to Indian capes, be sure and check out; Dry Fly Hackle.

 

     
Metz Magnum Capes $45.95  

Streamer Feathers

Almost impossible to find, nothing compares to these Metz Magnum capes for tying fresh water streamer patterns.

The beauty in this webby feather is the perfect barring, nice round tip, and feather stems that are strong and flexable.

 

Grade #1 / $45.95

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Grade #2 / $36.40

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***all prices reflect Metz suggested retail pricing

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
Whiting "High Grade" Capes $60.00  

Dark Dun Grizzly

Take a look at this beauty! This is one of the nicest dark dun variant capes I've seen. The color is perfect.

The picture speaks for itself with this one. You can see how narrow the feathers are even in the middle of the cape.

From 10's to 22's and smaller, the feathers on this cape are beautiful.

I've posted quite a few other colors. Many are collector grade quality, please visit my page; Whiting High Grade Capes.

 

 

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Whiting High Grade Cape - $60.00

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Whiting Grizzly Hackle

25 & 100 Packs

$5.00 / $14.50  

Sizes 12's , 14, & 16's

The beauty in 100 packs is that the feathers are sized and ready to go, all at an affordable price.

Don't be one of those tyers who has a drawer full of capes with all the favorite sizes picked out.

I'm also going to be offering dark barred ginger at this price. Please email me if that is the color you would like.

For other colors, please visit my page; Whiting 100 Packs.

 

And as always, FREE SHIPPING

 

Whiting Grizzly 25 Pack - $5.00

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Whiting Grizzly 100 Pack - $14.50

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My Top 5 Most visited pages...

Each week google tracking show me which pages visitors to my site are focused on most. Interested to see what everyone is looking at? Just click on any of these links:


Dry Fly Hackle
- I've completley redesigned this page, offering a side by side comaprison of dry fly hackle from each of the major hackle growers, all on one page. From Whiting Gold capes to Indian capes, be sure and check out my page; Dry Fly Hackle.


Feathers for tying Soft Hackle Flies
- Subsurface feeding accounts for 90% of a trouts diet. From hen capes to partridge, to starling and grouse, these are beautiful feathers. Enough said, lets take a look at some of the feathers you will want in your arsenal; Soft Hackle

 

 


Feathers for Muskie and Pike Flies
- Harry Darbee was a pioneer in the development of genetic hackle. 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. Today, a small flock has been preserved, take a look; Muskie Hackle.


Feathers for tying Streamers
- There are more feathers listed on this page than any other. I've tried to cover all the basics and then some. From wings to shoulders, throats, bellies, and cheeks - you'll find feathers for them all here; Streamer Feathers.

 


Woolly Bugger Hackle - A simple yet deadly pattern, finding just he right feather for tying your bugger patterns is more complicated than you think. Do you want soft or stiff fibers? Long stems? Rooster or hen feathers? Cape or saddle? It all depends on the waters you will be fishing.To see all the choices, please visit; Wooly Bugger Hackle.


Darbee Duns
- Harry Darbee was a pioneer in the development of genetic hackle. 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. Today, a small flock has been preserved, take a look; Darbee Duns.

 


Exotic Feathers
- If you're tying full dressed salmon flies, you know that finding the feathers is almost impossible. This page has the most extensive list of exotic feathers you'll find anywhere. From perfectly matched pairs to full skins, you'll find them all here; Exotic Feathers.

 

 

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Today's Hackle Growers

Hackle quality has come a long way from the days of Harry Darbee and Henry Hoffman. Today's growers might have begun with those genetics, but over time, through selecting for unique qualities, each grower has made them their own.


whiting rooster hackleSelecting the Best Feathers for Fly Tying

Comparing Dry Fly Hackle - coming soon!

What is the best dry fly hackle on the market? And more importantly, what makes it the best? Well this page compares hackle from all the different growers including Collins, Keough, Metz, Whiting, and more.

Included is a price comparison to see which brand is the best value!!

 

Links to all 5 Growers;

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 Dry Fly Capes
Whiting Farms has set the standard in the market for dry fly capes. The 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 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.
     

 

 

dry fly hackle Whiting Farms Soft Hackle Hen
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 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 hackle Whiting American 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 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 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.

 

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dry fly hackleMetz Feather Merchants

Metz hackle, now owned and operated by Umpqua is the hackle that set the standard back in the 70's and 80's. Today, thanks to Rick Dailey, it is now making a phenomenal comeback. The stems are flexable, the barbs are stiff and the count is high. All deserving of a second look.

 

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dry fly hackleKeough Hackles

Keough Hackles offers an exceptional grade of hackle at an affordable price. The feathers have flexible stems, a high barb density, and stiff barbs. "Masters Tyer's Grade" is Keough's highest grade. Second is his "Tyer's Grade". Both are an excellent value and you can be assured that you will tie the maximum number of flies for the least amount of money. For those of you who have yet to tie with one, you should try them out.

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dry fly hackleEwing Feather Birds

Ewing's line of feather birds produces some of the finest feathers for tying streamer and deceiver patterns.

The feathers are beautiful and the shape is perfect. For 20 years he has worked with these birds to produce some of the finest hackle.

 

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Just getting started? Here are a few suggestions...

If you're new to fly tying and need a few suggestions , my "crack staff of experts" has put together a "must have" list for each of the following catagories of flies, click on any of these thumbnail links:

 

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Feathers for tying Trout Flies

Simple and elegant, Spey flies are a favorite among many tiers. The patterns are fun to tie, that is if you have good feathers. Here you will find only the finest feathers, listed in the order - body hackle, feathers for throats, and wings.

 

 

 


Here are some suggestions for feathers that are used in tying trout flies. This page is divide into the following types of trout flies. Click on one of these links:



Each of these catagories has links to a "must have " list of feathers for tying most patterns. And as always, if you have any questions, please call!

 

 
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Feathers for tying Dry Flies

In tying dry flies, the hope is to imitate as closley as possible the adult stage of the mayfly. After the hatch, they mate, lay their eggs. The spinner you see on the waters surface is the final stage in the life cycle.

 

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Whiting Dry Fly Capes & Saddles

To tie a good dry fly you'll need hackle with stiff barbs and a strong flexible stem. These capes tie everthing from an #8 to a #28 come in a wide selection of colors to immitate any fly you'll see out on the stream.

Winger Capes

Wings on a dry fly should be small webby feathers with rounded tips to give your fly a realistic silhouette on the water. Todays hen capes are too pointy and dry fly like. These feathers solve that problem.

Coq de Leon

This is by far the best tailing material for tying dry flies. The barbs are long and stiff, supporting your fly on the waters surface. The speckling on each barb gives the tail a true buggy appearance.

 

Peacock Herl

As every fly tyer knows, there is something magical about how the light reflects off peacock herl when it's in the water. Trout find it irrisistable so it's no surprise it is found in so many fly recipies.


Darbee Duns Capes & Saddles

Harry Darby and Andy Miner bred the finest feathers for tying the quill gordon, blue quill, and blue wing olives. These catskill style patterns are every bit as effective today, and thanks to one breeder, so are the feathers.

 

Lemon Wood Duck

These delicutly barred flank feathers make beautiful wings on such flies as the hendicksons and the drake. Some use dyed mallard as a sub, but as you'll see, there's nothing like the real thing.

Duck Quills

Another style of tying in wings is to use duck quills. The picture is of a no hackle bwo. Another popular fly is the royal coachman, seen in the picture on the left, with it's stunning white quills tyed in as wings.

 

Golden Pheasant Tippets

Another style of tying in wings is to use duck quills. The picture is of a no hackle bwo. Another popular fly is the royal coachman with it's stunning white quills tyed in as wings

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Soft Hackle for tying Nymphs & Flymphs

Subsurface feeding accounts for 90% of a trouts diet. Enough said, so lets take a look at some of the feathers you will want in your arsenal!

 

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Whiting Hen Hackle

Hen feathers offer a wide range of colors and fiber lengths for tying wingless wet flies. This also includes coq de leon hen and brahma hen. The feathers are soft and webby, able to soak up water so that your fly sinks and stays under water.

Pheasant Tail

A well marked pheasant tail is a must have. The fibers make great bodies, leggs, and tails and their movement in the water gives the nymph a natural appearance. It's the only feather used in the pheasant tail nymph pattern.

Grouse

The brown and tan mottled apearance of feathers on the back of a grouse creates a nice effect on soft hackled nymphs and make them very good feather to have in your tying arsenal.


Woodcock

The woodcock feather is one of the softest feathers for hackling soft-hackle collars, perfect for fishing in clear still waters. The movement is subtle and the mottled color closely resembles the naturals.

Peacock Herl

Peacock herl has an irredecent quaility that fish find irresistable. Uses include tailing or body material such as in the Zug Bug as well as wingcases like in the Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear

Duck Wings

The very small grey and dunn colored feathers on the top and underside of a mallard wing are extreemly webby and are perfect for tying PMD of BWO patterns that immitate the wings of emerging mayflies. Try teal wings for small flies.

Hungarian Partridge

If you're going to tie soft hackles, a good partridge skin should be first on your list. The feathers do a remarkable job of giving the impression of an insect's leg segmentation. Feathers range in color from grey to tan to mottled brown.

Soft Hackle Rooster Saddles

Even though these are rooster saddles, they are bred to be used for tying soft hackle flies. The fibers are soft and there is a lot of webbing in the feathers. They are great for tying wooly buggers!


Starling

Starling is a very useful feather for tying small nymphs. Starling and purple is an easy fly to tie and very effective. Feathers range in color from dunn to beattle green with tan tips alowing for many interesting patterns.


Quail

Quail feathers are perfect for hackling small flies and are a blend of tan, brown, white, and grey with a distict mottled appearance. Bobwhites are nice but be sure and check out the other species that I've listed.


Goose Biots

Biots can be used for wings such as on the prince nymph. Another use is a body material. When used to imitate the abdomen, the biots ridge suggests segmentation similar to the naturals.


chick-a-bouSoft Hackle with Chic-a-bou

Long wide webby well marked feathers are the hallmark of a good matuka feather. These feathers are solid web - right to the very tip. Give them a try, they are a very effective fly.


 

 


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Feathers for Wets

Winged wet flies are my favorites. They are simple and elegant. They are fun to tie, they look good all lined up in a fly box, and best is that they catch fish. In this section I've listed some of the "must have" materials you'll need, and a picture of a fly showing how they are used.

 

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Duck Quills

The white wing on a "Royal Coachman" is tyed with duck quill. And as you'll see on some of the flies that follow, duck quills are dyed to just about evey color you can imagine.


Gadwall Flank

The "Catskill" uses gadwall for both it's wing and tail. Just about any other duck flank such as teal, mallard, or pintail can be used in the same way, each having it's own unique size and color.

Goose Shoulder

Goose shoulder marries well and is easily dyed to many colors, as seen here in the "Silver Doctor". The fibers are long enough to tie a larger wing and strong enough to hold their shape.

Golden Pheasant

The "Abby" is just one of countless patterns that use the tippets from golden pheasant for tailing material. But there are many other feathers on this bird that you can use in tying wets. The red on the breast makes striking throats and tails.

Duck Wings

The irredescent blue on the secondary wing quills make for a striking wing. The "Butcher" uses mallard, but don't be afraid to experiment with other colors found on the different breeds of ducks.

Barred Wood Duck

"Tomah Joe" show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

Peacock Herl

Almost every feather on a peacock has a use in tying wet flies; swords for tailing as in the "Cassin" fly; herl for bodies; blue neck feathers for throats; and mottled wing quills for winging. Did I miss anything?



Whiting American Hen Saddles

The "Brandreth" pictured here is a good example of how hen saddles can be used for throats and tails. The colors are bright and the thicker fibers give the fly a nice look.

Oak Turkey

Oak Turkey is used on many patterns as a winging material. It is available in light, medium, and dark shades. Here in the "Governor" the mottling is on the dark side.

 

Hen Capes and Saddles - Natural Colors

"Greenwells Glory" is one of the most commonly fished flies in England. The collar on this fly is a greenwell hen cape - dark center with ginger edges. The saddles have a heavier fiber and make nice full throats.


Jungle Cock

Adding a junglecock eye to a fly seems to finish the fly and sets it off. Check out the "Telephone Box", the black of the junglecock against the white duck quill really ties the colors of the fly together.


Hen Pheasant Wing Quills

The wing on the "Fish Hawk" here is tyed with hen pheasant wing quills. The fibers are shorter than turkey but the delicate brown and tan mottling makes for a nice effect.

Guineafowl

The "Beauty" is an elegant fly that uses guinea wing quills for the wing and tail. Smaller body feathers, both natural and dyed, are nice for throats. Make sure to check out the color difference in some of the other breeds.


 


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Streamer Feathers

Here are a few suggestions to get you started. I have a great selection of different feathers and color patterns so that you can tie just about any pattern.

To see my complete selection of these feathers, please visit my page on Streamer Feathers.

 

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Whiting American Capes and Saddles

These are wide, webby, stiff feathers that hold there shape. Great for saltwater streamers, they are a large feather that will hold it's shape.

Golden Pheasant

The streamer in the picture is an old pattern and uses golden pheasant crest as a wing. There are so many uses for just about every feather on this bird, having a whole skin is a must.

Peacock Herl

Peacock herl is used in tying endless patterns. Whether it be used for tailing, body, winging, or any other use you can think of, it makes for a great fly. Take a look at the half moon feathers, they make nice cheeks.

Matukas Feathers

Long wide webby well marked feathers are the hallmark of a good matuka feather. These feathers are solid web - right to the very tip. Give them a try, they are a very effective fly.



Silver Pheasant

The grey ghost is a great example of how silver pheasant can finish off a fly. Check out the dyed colors - they make nice throats.

Rangeley Streamer Capes and Saddles

Another great Whiting product, these feathers are more suited for fresh water streamer patterns. The stem is not as thick giving your fly more movement in the water

Wood Duck Flank

For nice throat, tails, or cheaks on streamer patterns, teal, gadwall, or wigeon are a must have. Dyed, the barring eally stands out. And be sure to check out the exotic species too!

 

Marabou - Strung Blood Quills

Tied in as a tail on a wooly bugger, the marabou breathes life into the fly. The long soft fibers can also be used to wrap incredibaly life-like fly bodies. Another popular use for marabou is to tie it in as a wing on a streamer pattern. The fluid motion in the water in unmatched by any new fangled sythetic!

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Feathers for tying Terrestrial Patterns

By the time summer rolls around it's time to pull out a grasshopper or two and see if that might get the trouts attention. Beetles and ants can also prove to be some deadly patterns and here are a few feather suggestions to get you on the right track.

 

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Whiting Dry Fly Capes & Saddles

Trout love ants, and with a black cape you can tie tons of ants, black caddis, and beetles just to name a few. Soft hackle rooster saddles are also useful for tying terrestrial patterns. The fibers are not as stiff as dry fly and have more movement in the water.

Pheasant Tail

The long fibers on a pheasant tail feather are perfect for imitating the legs on many terrestrials such as grasshoppers and crane flies. Tying knots for leg joints gives it a natural look.


Mottled Turkey Quill

This nice little caddis fly pattern uses mottled turkey for its wings. Grasshopper patterns are another example of how the interesting color pattern on this feather can imitate the natural.


soft hackle hen capes and saddlesWhiting Soft Hackle Hen - Natural Colors

The wings on a Spruce moth or fly are tyed with feather tip of a silver badger hen cape. Hen feathers come in so many colors, are soft, and can be used for tails, collars, or palmered over the body of the fly.

 

Teal Flank

Teal can be used for small tails or throats on your fly. Its delicite barring also gives the impression of leg segmentation. Other species of duck work well too, so be sure to check them out.







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Feathers for tying warmwater flies

Subsurface feeding accounts for 90% of a trouts diet. Enough said, so lets take a look at some of the feathers you will want in your arsenal!

 

Here are some suggestions for feathers that are used in warmwater flies. This page is divide into the following types of flies. Click on one of these links:


Bluegill & Crappie | Bassbugs & Poppers | Pike & Muskie


Each of these catagories has links to a "must have " list of feathers for tying most patterns. And as always, if you have any questions, please call!


 
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Feathers for tying Bluegill & Crappie Flies

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

 

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Rooster Capes - Natural and Bright Colors

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention.

Marabou

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

Ewing Buggar Packs and Deciever Patches

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention.


Chicabou

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention.

 



Peacock Herl

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

 

Whiting American Hen Saddles

This line of hen has a nice wide webby feather. Their size, shape, and wide assortment of colors make these perfect for tying warmwater flies such as poppers or collars on steelhead patterns



 

 
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Bass Bugs & Poppers Feathers

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

 

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Whiting American Hen Saddles

This line of hen has a nice wide webby feather. Their size, shape, and wide assortment of colors make these perfect for tying warmwater flies such as poppers or collars on steelhead patterns




streamer capes Ewing Saddles

Ewing's line of feather birds produces some of the finest feathers for tying saltwater and deceiver patterns. The feathers are beautiful and the shape is perfect. For 20 years Doug has worked with these birds to produce some of the finest hackle.

 

 

streamer capes Whiting American Capes & Saddles

These fly fishing feathers are wide and webby and come in just about every bright color dyed on white or grizzly. For pattern that include natural colors, you'll find those too. Check out bleached grizzly - that's a hot one!





Marabou

Marabou is found on the lower end of your Thanksgiving turkey. It is plucked, "bailed", sent to China to be dyed and strung, then sent back here to be tied into beautiful but deadly saltwater flies!

 



Grizzly Chicabou

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

 

Ewing Deciever Patches

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention.



 
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Feathers for tying Pike & Muskie Flies

Fly Fishing show season is just around the corner! As with every year, I will have the same wide selection, plenty to pick through, and off course, a few new offerings to grab your attention

 

 

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Whitng Muskie Packs - coming soon!

These are absolutley the finest feathers for tying Muskie flies. The long wide webby feathers have a flexible stem that gives your fly the real life movement in the water.

 


Ewing Saddle Patches

Ewing's line of feather birds produces some of the finest feathers for tying saltwater and deceiver patterns. The feathers are beautiful and the shape is perfect. For 20 years Doug has worked with these birds to produce some of the finest hackle.

 

flat wing fly capesFlat Wing Fly Saddles & Buggar Packs

For you flat wing fly fanatics you'll find every color imaginable and maybe even a couple more. If you are looking for feathers for fly tying, check these out!

 


Peacock Herl

Peacock herl is used in tying endless patterns. Whether it be used for tailing, body, winging, or any other use you can think of, it makes for a great fly. Take a look at the half moon feathers, they make nice cheeks.




American Rooster Saddles

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Schlappen Bundles

These feathes are found on a rooster just before the tail feathers. Some people mistake them for tail feathers because they are long and usually flow up over the tail. However, unlike the tail, they are softer and the stem is more flexable.

 

 

Marabou

Marabou is found on the lower end of your Thanksgiving turkey. It is plucked, "bailed", sent to China to be dyed and strung, then sent back here to be tied into beautiful but deadly saltwater flies!

 

 

 


Skunk Tails

A bit of a departure from feathers, these tails have beautiful long fibers, far nicer than any bucktail you'll ever use. The interesting hairs on these tails are the ones that are a combination of black and white, and not to worry they are tanned, so most of the smell is gone!




 
 
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Feathers for tying Saltwater Flies

Here is a list of the best selling feathers for tying saltwater patterns. The rooster feathers are large, wide, and webby. And just to mix it up a bit, I threw in some skunk tails. If you've never tied with them, you really need to check these out!

 

 

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Whitig American Capes & Saddles

These rooster have been selected and bred to produce wide webby feathers with a strong flexable stem so that the feather keeps its shape in the water. The tip is rounded on both the cape and saddle feathers. The selection of natural and dyed colors is incredible.

Marabou

Probably the most called for feather in tying saltwater flies, marabou is found on the lower end of your Thanksgiving turkey. It is plucked, "bailed", sent to China to be dyed and strung, then sent back here to be tied into beautiful but deadly saltwater flies!



streamer capes Ewing Capes & Deceiver Feathers

Ewing's line of feather birds produces some of the finest feathers for tying saltwater and deceiver patterns. The feathers are beautiful and the shape is perfect. For 20 years Doug has worked with these birds to produce some of the finest hackle.

 

Peacock Herl

It seems that on every fly you tie, peacock herl could be included in the recipie. The magical quality of these irridescent fibers glistening in the water is more than a fish can refuse.


Flat wing fly Saddles

These long, narrow, feathers might look dry fly saddle hackle but take a closer look. Unlike dry fly hackle, these feathers soft and webby to soak up the water. Check out the colors, most notable in this line are the paper white saddles, probably our most popular color.

Schlappen Bundles

These feathes are found on a rooster just before the tail feathers. Some people mistake them for tail feathers because they are long and usually flow up over the tail. However, unlike the tail, they are softer and the stem is more flexable.

 

Whiting Spey Cock

These feathers are perfect for tying large saltwater patterns. They are the center tail feathers from the roosters and are dyed every color you can imagine. These feathers are the longest on the bird, 12 to 15 inches.


Skunk Tails

A bit of a departure from feathers, these tails have beautiful long fibers, far nicer than any bucktail you'll ever use. The interesting hairs on these tails are the ones that are a combination of black and white, and not to worry they are tanned, so most of the smell is gone!

 

 

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Feathers for tying Steelhead Flies

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Dyed Blue Eared

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Jungle Cock

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Pheasant Rump

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Dyed Guinea

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Teal Flank

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Whiting Spey Capes

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Whiting American Rooster Capes

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Schlappen

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Dyed Mallard Flank

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Whiting American Hen Saddles

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Dyed Lady Amherst

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Gadwall Flank

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Peacock

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Emu

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Feathers for tying Spey Flies

Spey fly patterns such as the Lady Caroline first developed along the River Spey. They displayed a charactor all their own. The hackling was unique, they used a spey cock side tail or a long heron hackle and the wings were tied from Mallard shoulder.

Later, the Dee-style of tying combined a wing with long hook, slim body, and long heon hackles. However, it is not only the wing that set these two styles apart, the complexity of the patterns begin to move in the direction of the Victorian era Full Dressed Salmon flies.

 

Here you will find only the finest feathers, listed in the order - body hackle, feathers for throats, and wings.


Body Hackle | Collars and Throats | Wings


Each of these catagories has links to a "must have " list of feathers for tying most patterns. And as always, if you have any questions, please call!

 

 

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Body Hackle

Classic Spey dressings called for hackles from the Spey cock, whereas Dee flies were hackled with Heron feathers. A third type, Eagle flies, called for feathers from the leg of a Golden Eagle, however, today they are hackled with marabou blood quills dyed a grey-brown.

 

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Blue Eared Pheasant

The feathers on these bird most closely resemble the long fibered heron feathers traditionally used to hackle spey patterns. The feathers on the rump have the longest and strongest fibers.

Rhea

The pulsating movement that these feathers create in the water have made them a popular as a sub. The fibers are long and strong, dye well, and can be found in many contemperary patterns.

 

Marabou Plumes

Chosen to imitat the soft black shoulder feathers of a heron, the ideal plume has fine stems and fibers with little to no fuzz near the tipps. These blood quills are also ideal for imitating the leg feathers of a Golden Eagle that were used for tying "Eagle flies".


Schlappen

The ideal Spey Cock feather is long, thin stemed, and has varing degrees of brownrunning in the feather. Half bronze schlappen is as close as we can come today to immitating the qualities of the rooster bred along the River Spey.

Pheasant Rump

The feathers found on the lower rump of a Ring necked pheasant are heron like in a mannor of speaking, the fibers are long and free of webb. They dye nicely and are a perfect sub for tying mid sized patterns

 

Burnt Goose Shoulder

These feathers are used to hackle heron style flies. They have been put through a slight bleech bath to burn off the barbuals or web that hold the feather together. The feathers vary a bit and the ones with the heavier stems can be split so as to tie in more easily.

 

 

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Collars and Throats

Classic literature refers to the flank feathers from wigeon, teal, and pintail for use tying throats and collars. Today, tyers have greatly expanded their selection of feathers as well as colors.

 

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Duck Flank

Classic literature refers to wigeon, teal and pintail. However, the flank feathers from any one of the ducks I've listed work well and add their own distinct qualities. To further expand possilbities, check out the dyed colors, and don't be afraid to ask if you don't see one you're looking for.

Keyna Crested Guinea

Often used as a natural substitute for Eropean Jay, these cobalt blue feathers are spoted with robin blue dotts. The fibers are soft and the stem on even the longer feathers is thin and flexable.

 

Vulurine Guinea

There are quite a few different feahers on this bird that are irreplacable in tying spey and dee patterns. The darker feather make the white spots come alive and are great for throats and collars. The electric-blue hackles make nice collars as well, and the long narrow neck hackles are used in tying Elver patterns.

Guinea

The vibrant spoted pattern on these feathers make a striking collar. Generally, the larger body feathers have dots that are more distinct and when wraped, create a barred pattern. The dots on the smaller feathers are more blurred. Each lends to its own effect.

 

Egyptian Goose

The flank feathers on these birds closely resemble lemon flank on a Wood Duck. However, the fibers are much longer and for that reason are especially useful in tying collars on large Dee patterns such as the Glentana. The pattern on the shoulders is nice too!

 

 

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Wings

Traditionally, Spey fly wings were made of two strips of bronze mallard tied in tent style. Dee flies on the other hand, were made with two slips from turkey quills. Contemperary patterns have added some new and exotic feather to the mix.

 

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Duck Flank

The largest feathers on the flank of a duck are often used as winging material. These include, Hooded Merganser, Pintail, and Green Winged teal, dyed and natural, to name just a few. Flank from exotic waterfowl also sources of interesting possibilities.

Goose Shoulder

Due to it's availability and ease in dying, many tyers use these feathers rather than swan shoulder for tying in Dee-style and Spey-style wings. Goose shoulder is on the soft side and is usually seen tied in "tent-style".

 

Argus

Argus offer three possibilities for winging materials for Dee patterns. Wing feathers, center tail feathers, and side tails. Each have beautiful color patterns and long fibers perfect for tying in V shaped Dee wing styles. The most commonly seen are the snowflake side tails.

 

Saltwater Rooster

The wide, webby, sturdy feathers on a saltwater rooster cape are perfect for hackle tip wings on spey flies. The tips are rounded and the stem is strong so the fly hold its shape in water. These capes are dyed just about any color you could ever want!

Bronze Mallard

Historically the feather of choice, these feathers used in matched pairs and tied in a roof style. They are the outer shoulder or scapular feathers on a Mallard drake, each having only 3 pair of usable size. Be sure and check out scapular feathers from American Wigeon and Gadwall, the color patterns are interesting.

Turkey Tail Quills

Historical Dee patterns call for feather strips cut from turkey tails tyed in so when viewed from above, they formed a V shape. Today with all the color mutations of Turkeys being bred there are lots of possibilities. Be sure and check out the dyed color sets.

 

Capercaillie

Not called for that often, these tail quills from the world's largest grouse have a unique mix of irredescent black and white The fibers are long and stiff, perfect for winging materials in Dee patterns. They are used similarily to Turkey tails

 

 

 

 
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Feathers for tying Classic Salmon Patterns

Simple and elegant, Spey flies are a favorite among many tiers. The patterns are fun to tie, that is if you have good feathers. Here you will find only the finest feathers, listed in the order - body hackle, feathers for throats, and wings.

 


Here are some suggestions for feathers that are used in tying Classic Salmon flies. This page is divide into the following types of trout flies. Click on one of these links:


Tailing Feathers | Body Hackle | Feathers for Throats

Winging Feathers | Cheeks & Sides


Each of these catagories has links to a "must have " list of feathers for tying most patterns. And as always, if you have any questions, please call!


 

Tailing Feathers

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Links

Golden Pheasant

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Indian Crow

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Teal Flank

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Barred Wood Duck

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Chatterer

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Body Hackle

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Saddle Hackle

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Toucan

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Black Ostrich

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Schloepen

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Throats

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Links

Hen Saddles

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Schloepen

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Item

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Guineafowl

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Item

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Winging

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Married Wings

White Dyed Turkey

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Natural Turkey

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Peacock Wing Quills

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Dyed Goose Shoulder

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Bronze Mallard

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Am gold Tails

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Argus Wings and Tails

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Florican Bustard

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White Tipped Turkey Tails

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Horns - Macaw

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Whole Feather Wings

 

Golden Pheasant Tippets

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Lady Amherts Tippets

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Item

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Cheeks & Sides

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Junglecock

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Chatterer

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Barred Wood Duck

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Item

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Kingfisher

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Indian Crow

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Teal Flank

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Item

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Horns

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Blue & Gold Macaw

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Military Macaw

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Scarlet Macaw

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Ordering

Thank you for visiting my site. If you'd like to place an order, the best way is to e-mail me a list. If you don't see just the exact color of something you're looking for, or you're just about out of a hard to find color, please ask. Chances are I have one and I'd be glad to email you some pictures.

Soon I hope to have a simple version of a shopping cart, but first I'd like to get most items listed on the site. I'm the only one putting orders together so if you have any special requests I'm glad to help. All orders will be shipped within 24 hours.

Thanks for visiting my site and if you have any questions please call.

David

608-332-4220

 

*Return Policy

If you order feathers from me and not happy for some reason, please contact me right away and I will resolve the problem. I, in no way, want you to be unhappy with anything you purchase from me.

Thanks, David 608-332-4220

 

 

Feather Lines

Five distict lines of Rooster Hackle; A dry fly line, a saltwater line, a soft hackle rooster line, and a line directly descended from birds Harry Darbee developed. The saltwater line is a larger breed of birds that has been bred to tie stealhead and streamer patterns. And last but not least, Coq de Leon, all premium Fly Fishing Feathers.

These are chicken feathers. From barnyard birds to the finest Whiting Genetic Hackle, it's all here. I've divided it into Rooster Hackle and Hen Feathers. For those just getting started, I've put together pages with lists of must have feathers.

 




And for those of you who know exactly what you're looking for, this page is divided into links for rooster hackle, soft hackle hen, and exotic species - just click on any of the links!.

 




With so many feathers and links on this page, it's hard to know where to start. And it's easy to get lost. So to get a quick glimpse of all the pages on this site, here is a link to the Site Map. To see what's new, please see my page Just In.

 

 

 

 

Today's Hackle Growers

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Other pages on my site

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<Whiting Farms American Rooster Saddles>

Variants

 

<fly tying feathers>

Show Day



<Whiting Farms 100 Packs>

Shop everything grizzly all on one page!

 



<coq de leon rooster hackle>

Coq de Leon


<feathers for fly tying>

Adams dry fly


<Dry fly Capes>

Dry Fly Capes


Whiting American Rooster Saddles

the perfect feather for saltwater and streamer patterns


<dry fly hackle>

Hendricksons



Shooting Star


<chuck furimski>

Chuck Furimski shops only the best!


Nymph


<soft hackle hen capes>

Soft Hackle Hen Capes



Caddis Fly


<fly fishing show>

Shopping


<flat wing fly saddles>

Flat Wing Fly Saddles


<silver pheasant feathers>

True Silver Pheasant


<red grouse feathers>

Red Grouse


Mayfly


<amgold pheasant tail feathers>

Am gold Tails


Malay Crestless Fireback


<schleopen feather>

Tying in scheoppen


<java green peacock feathers>

Jave Green Peacock


<tiger heron feather>

Tiger Heron


<Ocelated turkey feathers>

Ocelated Turkey


<germains peacock pheasant feathers>

Germain's Peacock Pheasant


The fin


<Whiting American Saddles>

Saltwater Saddles


<toucan fethers>

Ariel Toucan


<cotinga feathers>

Cotinga


<kingfisher feathers>

White Breasted Kingfisher


<junglecock feathers>

Red Junglefowl


<tragopan feathers>

Temmink's Hen


<soft hackle feathers>

Nymph pattern


<rhea feathers>

rhea - golden olive






<American shoveler feathers>

The fin

 

 

Argus Pheasant

 

Cotinga Cayana

 

am gold tail feathers

Am-Gold Pheasant

 

 

Lewis Silver Pheasant

 

 

 

Dry Fly Cape Tops

 

 

Ewing Feather Birds

 

 

Waterfowl Flank Feathers

Wood Duck

Gadwall Flank

Green-wing Teal

 

 

<java green peacock feathers>

Jave Green Peacock

 

 

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Junglecock

 

 

Grey Peacock Pheasant

 

 

Keough Hackle

 

 

Impeyan Pheasant

 

 

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo

 

 

Blood Quill Marabou

 

 


Am-gold Tails

 

 

Streamer Shoulder Feathers

 

Silver Pheasant

 

Junglecock Nails

 

Pearl Guinea


 

 

<Whiting Farms 100 Packs>

 

 

 

Barred Wood Duck

Barred Mandarin

 

 

Vulturine Guinea

 

Java Green Peacock

 

 

Site Map - Pages

 

Just getting started and looking for a suggestion or two? Check out our "suggestion pages".

 

 

Popular Pages

 

Hair Feathers

 

Mounted Birds

 

Full Skins


100 Packs - grizzly midge


Whiting Schlappen

 


Gift Shop - some great ideas for the hard to shop for person on your list!


cree hackle - the ultimte variant

 

Rhode Island Red Capes

 


Whiting Dry Fly 1/2 Capes - More colors for less money!



 






Argus Pheasant

 

Cotinga Cayana

 

am gold tail feathers

Am-Gold Pheasant

 

 

Lewis Silver Pheasant

 

 

 

Dry Fly Cape Tops

 

 

Ewing Feather Birds

 

 

Waterfowl Flank Feathers

Wood Duck

Gadwall Flank

Green-wing Teal

 

 

<java green peacock feathers>

Jave Green Peacock

 

 

Junglecock

 

 

Grey Peacock Pheasant

 

 

Keough Hackle

 

 

Impeyan Pheasant

 

 

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo

 

 

Blood Quill Marabou

 

 


Am-gold Tails

 

 

Streamer Shoulder Feathers

 

Silver Pheasant

 

Junglecock Nails

 

Pearl Guinea


 

 

<Whiting Farms 100 Packs>

 

 

 

Barred Wood Duck

Barred Mandarin

 

 

Vulturine Guinea

 

Java Green Peacock

 

 

Site Map - Pages

 

Just getting started and looking for a suggestion or two? Check out our "suggestion pages".

 

 

Popular Pages

 

Hair Feathers

 

Mounted Birds

 

Full Skins


100 Packs - grizzly midge


Whiting Schlappen

 


Gift Shop - some great ideas for the hard to shop for person on your list!


cree hackle - the ultimte variant

 

Rhode Island Red Capes

 


Whiting Dry Fly 1/2 Capes - More colors for less money!