The feathers from the hen cape of the Whiting Farms American Hackle are some of the most broadly versatile tying feathers available. They have a greater density of web than any other hen hackle and typically the roundest tips. In addition the feathers are both long and broad with a more substantial quill. These characteristics are applicable to a myriad of fly tying realms, including: Trout Flies: Dry fly wings, caddis wings, spinner wings, trico and thorax wings. Wet: nymphs, wing cases, tailing and legs for stone flies, caddis flies, mayflies and attractors,pectoral fins for matuka and sculpin flies. Salmon and Steelhead Flies: whole feather wings, body veiling, collars, palmered hackle, throats and sides. Bass Flies: popper legs, crawdad and crab claws, divers, sculpins Item# 8059.04 WHITING FARMS INVENTORY AVAILABILITY IS LIMITED due to harvest timing. Please call to special order this product.