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Videos with "Hackle" - More videos about about this subject
Soft Hackle Streamer
Detailed instructions for tying Jack Gartside's Soft Hackle Streamer.
Orange Asher
Detailed instructions for tying an Orange Asher.
Selecting Saddle Hackle

The entire process of selecting and purchasing hackle can be both confusing and stressful, thus I created this video to help. Throughout this fly tying tutorial, the following areas will be discussed:
*Overview of saddle hackle
*Differences between saddle hackle and necks/capes
*Purchasing tips for saddles
*Key areas to focus on when selecting saddle hackle
*Suggested colors to include in your fly tying collection
*Recommended websites to purchase saddle hackle from

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Hackle Primer
Learn about the new generation of hackles and which ones are best for what types of fly patterns. Buy the hackle online: http://store.flyfishfood.com Follow our Fly Fish Food Blog: http://www.flyfishfood.com Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/flyfishfood Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/flyfishfood
Hungarian Partridge Feathers

In this fly tying tutorial, I demonstrate three effective ways to utilize Hungarian Partridge feathers. Though I focus mainly on the breast feathers, I take some time at the beginning of the video to stress that entire skins have an excellent variety of feathers and should be utilized at the tying bench for many patterns.

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Orange Fish Hawk
Hook: Std or Curved Wet/Nymph #12 - #18 Thread: Brown Rib/Tag: Gold Tinsel Body: Orange Floss Hackle: Badger