When tying flies Synthetic Materials can often create a look even naturals can't.
Many are often also very durable making them perfect for bluefish and other toothy critters that might shred bucktail and feathers.
Squimpish hair is a synthetic fly tying material best described as a cross between bucktail and polar bear. The fibers come in a patch like craft f...View full details
Krystal Flash is a fly tying staple. Be sure to have a variety of colors if you're just getting started, it's a fantastic and durable accent materi...View full details
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With the same approximate diameter, light crinkle, and even the taper of "real" bucktail this is going to be the perfect material for fly patterns ...View full details
Steve Farrar Flash Blend is possibly the best all purpose saltwater tying material available. It looks great in the water, sheds water for easy cas...View full details
Extra Select Craft Fur is the longest, fluffiest craft fur you'll find. Approximately 4" long hair on a 5"x5" square.
These are super premium blend of Squimpish hair with traces of flash and other synthetic and natural materials. These products are handmade in smal...View full details
Loco Legs easily and effectivly add movement and life to almost any saltwater fly. Their pearlesent base and black specks prove an excellent balan...View full details
Flexible plastic tubing with no core, to tie fly bodies, especially minnow patterns. 5 sizes. The mini size is 3/32" (2.4 mm) in diameter, small is...View full details