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Hair Stacking and Other Applicable Stuff


Understanding hair

Intro
Understanding hair
Hair scales
Stackers
Stacking
Deer, Elk and Moose
Calftail and Bucktail
Hand stacking
Uneven stacking
Cleaning hair
Selecting hair
References
Stacking is a method of evening the alignment of various hairs, feather parts, or perhaps other linear fly tying materials. This rearrangement may be done with like or unlike materials. Most hair types that are stacked come from animals that collectively are referred to as ruminant mammals, or, simply put, those that chew their cud.
These include

  • The Cervidae family - deer, elk and moose
  • The Bovidae family - cow, ox, sheep, goat, and antelope
Though numerous materials are commonly stacked other than hair from these family groups (i.e., feather barbs, rodent guard hairs, etc.,) the preparation and application of the ruminant animals covers most of the problems that the fly tier will encounter.

 

 

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