Furs

Wild Boar Bristles Natural

3.50

Essential on many salmon flies and for Mayfly tails

Rabbit Zonkers Strips

4.50

Used for the smallest nymph and streamer patterns. Excellent for mini zonkers.

Mink Zonkers

4.16

Used for the smallest nymph and streamer patterns. Excellent for mini zonkers.

Hare’s Mask

5.00

The hair from Hare’s mask and ears are used in many nymph, wet and dry flies patterns. Can be mixed with all synthetic dubbings.

Goat Fur

5.32

Goat hair, unusual length, with very fine diameter and soft texture . Flows in water.

Fox Tail

5.00

Extremly soft, highly mobile with a pulsating action. Excellent for many streamer and hair wing salmon flies.

Stoat Tail

5.00

Good for Salmon and Sea-trout flies

Squirrel Tails

5.00 6.00

Striped squirrel’s tail is perfectly suitable for the construction of the wings of streamers. It is also the basic component of salmon and sea trout flies

Calf tail/Kiptail

7.50

Calf tail hair is an essential material for tying split-wing dry flies, bonefish fly patterns, and smaller trout flies requiring finer, more crinkly hair than bucktail.

Bucktail

4.00 7.90

Very popular fly ting material. Great  for salmon flies, streamers and see patterns.

Arctic Runner Hair

4.80

Bright and translucent it is a perfect hair for winging Salmon Flies.

Arctic Fox Body Hair

2.56 3.00

Extremly soft Arctic Fox Fur. Excellent for many streamer and hair wing salmon flies.

Elk Rump

3.00

Excellent for tying deer hair winged dry flies (Goddard Sedge, Caddis Sedge, Comparadun, many Muddler patterns). Also used for wings, backs, tails and for dry fly and midge bodies.

Deer Belly Hair

2.88

Deer Belly Hair is what you need if you want to make deer hair buggers, frogs or even streamers with deer hair heads. You can use it for making terrestrial flies or for making big bass or pike flies in the same time.

Deer Body Hair

3.60 15.00

Stiff long hair perfectly stabilizes the fly under water. They do not absorb water, so the fly keeps shape. A great material for bonding muddlers, salmon flies and pike flies.