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Strung Saddle Hackle Tying Material

   

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White

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 528358

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Yellow

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 256310

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Red

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 256311

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Black

Black

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 256312

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Ginger

Ginger

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 916335

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Purple

Purple

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 256314

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Brown

1/4 oz.

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Fluorescent Chartreuse

1/4 oz.

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Gray

Gray

1/4 oz.

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  • SKU: 256316

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Olive

Olive

1/4 oz.

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Our high-quality Strung Saddle Hackle is a must have fly tying material. Versatile, flexible and easy to wrap, this Strung Saddle Hackle works extremely well for streamers, wet, bass and saltwater flies. It's almost as important as the hook on Wooly Buggers. Saddles are approximately 6'' to 7'' long and weighs 1/4 ounce.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by GOOD STUFF Good hackle, packaged well. The feathers were all in good condition. June 2, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disapointed Purchased olive hackle for tying size 10 wolly buggers. More than half of the feathers are wide round tipped feathers totally unsuitable for use as hackle as the feather barbs stick together in clumps instead of separating into individual strands as they should. The other feathers are fine and work as expected. May 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Unusual Uses Hello, I've recently purchased fly tying feathers from the Bass Pro Shop for an unusual purpose - they are to be used as decoration in scuplted gel fingernails. Finding feathers tiny enough for that purpose is what brought me to purchasing fly fishing material. They will be perfect! Corina September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by great purchase! Unlike most of the people who purchase this, I bought them for hair extension feathers. They are GREAT quality for this and are long and very very gorgeous colors :D August 11, 2011
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The difference is that I want to use the material for wet fly tails and beards.
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It is rooster.
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Saddle hackle is always from the rooster but you have to be carefull.Large saddle hackle is used for streamers, wooly bugsand some wet flys, You can use the smaller ones near the base of the feather for drys.A hen hackle cape should be marked hen, but if you are not sure you can tell by looking at them. A roosters neck ( saddle ) comes to a long tapper at the end of the feather and a hens is rounded.
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the larger rooster hackles from the bottom of the cape
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Strung saddle hackle comes from a rooster. Marabuo featers are NOT saddle feathers. I am sorry I do not know what fowel they come from.
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Marabou feathers come from Turkeys. The real Marabou is from a Marabou Stork. Importation issues make the real thing very expensive if not impossible to obtain.
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