Published Mar 23. 2014 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 11. 2015

Spinning and Stacking Deer Hair

Spinning and Stacking Deer Hair is a popular technique used to build bodies and heads on flies. Spinning Deer Hair can be frustrating to learn, and this video will walk you through the basics on Spinning and Stacking. "Spinning" Deer Hair is used to ensure even coverage and dismemberment of Deer Hair around the hook. The "Stacking" (or compressing) of the deer hair, ensures a dense body or head. Spinning Deer Hair is used on flies such as the Mouse Rat, Muddler Minnow and Goddard Caddis. Start practicing! This is a really fun trick to master!

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