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Spirit River's Rooster Necks for fly tying are a top hackle choice for salmon, steelhead, and bass patterns.
Price: $12.00
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detdesc::Strip! Strip! Strip! ' and set that streamer! Spirit River's Rooster Necks offer outstanding hackle feathers for streamers, wet fly collars, and any other application calling for mid-length hackles with long, angled barbules like many salmon, steelhead, and bass patterns. Rooster necks are notorious in fly tying circles for being of variable quality, but Spirit River has solved this problem by offering only #1 grade white American rooster necks. With these rooster neck feathers in your fly tying material box, you'll never worry about working hard only to create shoddy or unattractive flies. Spirit River's Rooster Necks are available in a range of colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Rooster Necks are all-natural and harvested from only #1 grade white American roosters for unsurpassed quality and performance. These mid-length hackles have long, angled barbules for great movement, attractive qualities, and articulation in streamers, steelhead flies, and bass patterns. Spirit River's Rooster Necks are available in white, red, black, hot pink, and fluorescent orange colors.



Details
- All-natural #1 grade white American rooster necks

- Mid-length hackles with long, angled barbules

- Colors: white, red, black, hot pink, and fluorescent orange



Common Patterns
- Lefty's Deceiver

- Fruit Cocktail



Leland on Rooster Necks
Rooster necks are an incredibly useful fly tying material. They provide mid-length hackle feathers with long, angled, and webby barbules. Rooster necks can be of variable quality, but the #1 grade white American rooster and Chinese necks set the gold standard in neck hackle. Spirit River's Rooster Necks are all-natural and harvested from only #1 grade white American roosters for the ultimate choice in durability, fishability, and over all quality. Use these hackle feathers to tie splayed tails on bass poppers and saltwater streamers or tie them in as a great webby substitute for Spey hackle in salmon and steelhead patterns.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Rooster Necks
"These are #1 grade white American rooster necks dyed bright colors. Viable alternative to the Chinese necks."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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Spirit River's Schlappen Hackle is taken from the saddle of a common hen. This fly tying hackle material is webby and is perfect for streamers, wet flies, and Spey patterns.
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Special Price: $3.60
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detdesc::This just in: Webby wet flies catch more steelhead! Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is a feather taken from the saddle of a common or low-pedigree hen. These feathers are between 6 and 8 inches long, are extremely webby, and will fill out any wet fly or streamer with rich texture, profile, and movement. This material will do wonders for your Wooly Buggers, and these rich feathers will also provide yet another solid substitute for blue heron in many Spey recipes. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in a range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is an excellent all-natural hackle material. These heavily webbed fibers are harvested from hen saddles and are excellent for tying salmon flies, steelhead and Spey patterns, as well as an array of saltwater flies. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse colors. This material will thicken up any wet fly you can imagine!



Details
- Heavily webbed schlappen fibers

- Harvested from hen saddles

- Excellent for salmon, steelhead, Spey, and saltwater flies

- Colors: white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse



Common patterns
- Lefty's Deceiver

- Fall Favorite



Leland on Schlappen
Schlappen hackle is aptly named from the German schlappen, meaning "floppy" or "baggy." These hackle feathers are both soft and baggy and are often used to construct outrageous feather boas and outlandish Halloween costumes. But these heavily webbed, ultra soft feathers harvested from hen saddles are perfect for steelhead, salmon, and saltwater fly patterns as well! Schlappen hackle can serve as an excellent substitute for blue heron in many Spey patterns and will put the "Wooly" in any of your Buggers. Create thick and attractive Atlantic salmon flies with this material and spice up any of your favorite streamers - tarpon and stripers, beware!



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Schlappen
"6 in. - 8 in. long webby hackles that are just the ticket for salmon/steelhead wets, Spey patterns, and saltwater flies."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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Spirit River's Schlappen Hackle is taken from the saddle of a common hen. This fly tying hackle material is webby and is perfect for streamers, wet flies, and Spey patterns.
Price: $4.50
Special Price: $3.60
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detdesc::This just in: Webby wet flies catch more steelhead! Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is a feather taken from the saddle of a common or low-pedigree hen. These feathers are between 6 and 8 inches long, are extremely webby, and will fill out any wet fly or streamer with rich texture, profile, and movement. This material will do wonders for your Wooly Buggers, and these rich feathers will also provide yet another solid substitute for blue heron in many Spey recipes. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in a range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is an excellent all-natural hackle material. These heavily webbed fibers are harvested from hen saddles and are excellent for tying salmon flies, steelhead and Spey patterns, as well as an array of saltwater flies. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse colors. This material will thicken up any wet fly you can imagine!



Details
- Heavily webbed schlappen fibers

- Harvested from hen saddles

- Excellent for salmon, steelhead, Spey, and saltwater flies

- Colors: white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse



Common patterns
- Lefty's Deceiver

- Fall Favorite



Leland on Schlappen
Schlappen hackle is aptly named from the German schlappen, meaning "floppy" or "baggy." These hackle feathers are both soft and baggy and are often used to construct outrageous feather boas and outlandish Halloween costumes. But these heavily webbed, ultra soft feathers harvested from hen saddles are perfect for steelhead, salmon, and saltwater fly patterns as well! Schlappen hackle can serve as an excellent substitute for blue heron in many Spey patterns and will put the "Wooly" in any of your Buggers. Create thick and attractive Atlantic salmon flies with this material and spice up any of your favorite streamers - tarpon and stripers, beware!



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Schlappen
"6 in. - 8 in. long webby hackles that are just the ticket for salmon/steelhead wets, Spey patterns, and saltwater flies."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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Spirit River's Schlappen Hackle is taken from the saddle of a common hen. This fly tying hackle material is webby and is perfect for streamers, wet flies, and Spey patterns.
Price: $4.50
Special Price: $3.60
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detdesc::This just in: Webby wet flies catch more steelhead! Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is a feather taken from the saddle of a common or low-pedigree hen. These feathers are between 6 and 8 inches long, are extremely webby, and will fill out any wet fly or streamer with rich texture, profile, and movement. This material will do wonders for your Wooly Buggers, and these rich feathers will also provide yet another solid substitute for blue heron in many Spey recipes. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in a range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is an excellent all-natural hackle material. These heavily webbed fibers are harvested from hen saddles and are excellent for tying salmon flies, steelhead and Spey patterns, as well as an array of saltwater flies. Spirit River Schlappen Hackle is available in white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse colors. This material will thicken up any wet fly you can imagine!



Details
- Heavily webbed schlappen fibers

- Harvested from hen saddles

- Excellent for salmon, steelhead, Spey, and saltwater flies

- Colors: white, red, purple, olive, hot pink, hot orange, grey, and fluorescent chartreuse



Common patterns
- Lefty's Deceiver

- Fall Favorite



Leland on Schlappen
Schlappen hackle is aptly named from the German schlappen, meaning "floppy" or "baggy." These hackle feathers are both soft and baggy and are often used to construct outrageous feather boas and outlandish Halloween costumes. But these heavily webbed, ultra soft feathers harvested from hen saddles are perfect for steelhead, salmon, and saltwater fly patterns as well! Schlappen hackle can serve as an excellent substitute for blue heron in many Spey patterns and will put the "Wooly" in any of your Buggers. Create thick and attractive Atlantic salmon flies with this material and spice up any of your favorite streamers - tarpon and stripers, beware!



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Schlappen
"6 in. - 8 in. long webby hackles that are just the ticket for salmon/steelhead wets, Spey patterns, and saltwater flies."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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Spirit River's Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is an excellent fly tying hackle for use in bass patterns and leeches.
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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detdesc::Tired of tying shabby leeches and dull saltwater streamers? Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle from Spirit River is webby and has thin, flexible center quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank. This material ranges from about 5 inches to 7 inches in length and is excellent for tying steelhead wet flies and leech patterns. These hackles will also tie very attractive splayed tails on bass flies and saltwater streamers. Revitalize your box of fly tying materials, take your flies off of life support, and catch more fish! Spirit River Strung Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in a wide range of assorted colors.


Summary
Spirit River's Chinese Saddle Hackle has an extremely webby texture with thin, flexible quills for easy wrapping about the hook shank when making collars or palmering your flies. This fly tying material is perfect for steelhead wet flies, leech patterns, bass flies, and saltwater streamers. Spirit River Chinese Saddle Hackle is available in yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown colors. Create that perfect splayed hackle tail today and catch that monster tarpon tomorrow!



Details
- Webby, thin, flexible quills

- Great for wet flies, leeches, bass flies, and saltwater patterns

- Colors: yellow, white, purple, olive, natural brown, hot pink, hot orange, grey, fluorescent chartreuse, and medium brown



Common patterns
- Fruit Salad

- Coal Car



Leland on Strung Chinese Hackle
Strung Chinese hackle is probably the most commonly utilized fly tying material in Wooly Buggers and bass flies. These feathers are generally inexpensive relative to American hackles and tend to be more sparsely webbed. Chinese hackle has quite thin and highly flexible quills, making it easy to wrap about the hook shank when creating a wet fly collar or palmering the hackle in a Spey pattern. Because the barbules in Chinese hackle occur more sparsely along the quill, more material is often required to achieve the same level of dressing than more thickly populated American hackles. Spirit River's Strung Chinese Hackle is an excellent choice in economical, webby hackle feathers, and the quality of these feathers bears Spirit River's stamp of consistency and excellence.



Leland on Hackle
Technically, hackle refers to another group of feather, but for the fly tyer, hackle truly encompasses a world of its own. Hackle is taken from both roosters and hens and these feathers are found on two different parts of the bird. "Saddle" hackle is found on the backside of the bird, while a hackle "cape" consists of the neck and shoulders of the bird.



Traditionally, hackle techniques have been more important to those interested in tying and fishing dry flies because of a hackle collar's ability to render a fly more buoyant. Both cape and saddle hackle can be useful for tyers interested in creating this effect. However, there are a host of wet fly patterns that require hackle as well. This wet-hackle is usually taken from the saddle of a hen which contains a great number of shorter, more thickly webbed feathers. These feathers are commonly referred to as "schlappen," and many Spey patterns also require this type of webbed hackle feather.



Always consider the structural properties of the hackle you select. Dry fly hackle should be stiff and strong to support the fly and assist with floatation. Wet fly hackle must be heavily webbed and will give the fly better movement and water absorption when the fly is actually fished.



Leland on Spirit River
Since 1990, Spirit River, Inc. has been providing quality, service, and innovation to the fly tying industry. Continually offering creative new products of the highest quality and application, Spirit River, Inc. pushes the envelope in fly tying each and every season. Flies tied with Spirit River's unique materials turn up extremely productive results cast after cast and the superb quality of Spirit River's entire line of fly tying materials will help any fly tyer confidently create or execute any type of artificial fly pattern on the planet. For simply the very best in both classic and modern fly tying materials, choose Spirit River, Inc.



Spirit River on Strung Chinese Hackle
"Saddle hackle has thinner center quills than neck hackle, and is ideal for wrapping around the hook shank. The hackle itself is soft and webby, perfect for salmon and steelhead wets, Wooly Buggers, and many bass and saltwater patterns (5 in. - 7 in. length)."



Spirit River on Spirit River
"Since our birth in 1990, Spirit River, Inc has been striving to fulfill the needs of fly anglers and tyers alike. We work hard to provide high quality, exciting and innovative materials along with premium quality industry standard products. We want to make a difference.



It is our ultimate goal to supply the world with fly tying materials that stimulate your imagination and stir your fly fishing soul. It is this goal that has made Sprit River lead the way in new product ideas and produce ground-breaking products that have set us apart and made us a true leader in the fly tying industry."
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