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Waterhen wings or Moorhen Wings used for dressing the famous North Country spiders. Its gunmetal grey undercoverts are used to dressed the famous Waterhen Bloa.
Wings look in good condition
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A complete Widgeon skin with perfect matching pair of wings and well marked barred flanks.
The North Country Fly£25.00
The North Country Fly. Yorkshire's Soft Hackle Tradition
French Partridge Full Skin£20.00
The French Partridge flank feathers are well known components of a few Mayfly patterns, however the other plumage of this bird gives us much to play with.
Finer wing quills than crow quills, the grey scalp hackles are excellent for spider patterns or soft long head hackles on variants of traditional palmered flies such as the Zulu.
Golden Pheasant Body Skins Nat & Dyed£8.50 - £9.99
The feathers from a Golden Pheasant are used in a number of salmon patterns, especially Irish shrimps like the Bann Special.
The blue feathers of the Jay wing are a must when tying flies such as the Invicta they are also a widely used item in many traditional Irish and Scottish patterns too.