Published Feb 5. 2019 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Aug 17. 2019

Tool Tip: Hair Stackers

Wayne Luallens shows a couple of types of hair stackers for fly tying, including the closed end hair stacker.

Martin Joergensen


Where can I purchase the closed-end stacker in your video?...

Wayne, love your videos and analysis. I have Googled my fingers and brain off looking for a closed-end stacker like the one shown in your video but no joy, can you please tell me where I can get one?

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It will come...

Thomas (and others seeking links in this section).

When we get the section up and running fully, we will strive to have links to all relevant tools and materials, so that you can find and maybe purchase them. For now this section is still work in progress.


where to buy ...

Can you tell me where I might purchase one of these?

Martin Joergensen's picture

I have tried...


I have tried to get a hold of one myself, but failed. It's made by US tyer Joe Libeu, but I haven't had success in ordering one. I will follow up on it.



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