Hareline Mallard Flank Feathers

Mallard Flank Feathers

by: Hareline | Item #: NM-790145-0000

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black $2.45
bright green $2.45
brown $2.45
fl. fuchsia $2.45
hot pink $2.45
medium dun $2.45
natural $2.45
olive $2.45
orange $2.45
purple $2.45
red $2.45
wood duck gold $2.45
wood duck tan $2.45
yellow $2.45

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Description

Dyed and natural mallard flank feathers for tying wings, collars, tailing and cheeks on your fly.

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Olive Mallard Feathers

Reviewer: A viewer from Aspen, CO US

My only complaint with the Mallard Flank (Olive) from Hareline Dubbin, Inc is the small quantity, as well as the fact that several of the feathers have slightly different shades of olive and are also different sizes.

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Cheeky........

Reviewer: A viewer from Houston, TX US

Very good quality and consistency from the Hareline packs(transfer them into a larger bag to keep them shapely). As stated previously, others are full of tiny, crushed, and otherwise mostly useless bits of flank feathers. Mallard flank is one of my favorite cheek and gill plate materials. The translucent quality looks great over estaz, cactus chenille, and other flash materials when wet.

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Great product for a great price

Reviewer: A viewer from Little Elm, TX US

I bought these to try and they really are a great product. I have been using these at the same time as wood duck feathers and when I am finnished they both look good. This really does make a good alternative with a larger variety of color and a much larger supply for less.

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Awsome!

Reviewer: A viewer from Blacksburg, VA US

These are great woodduck substitute for dry fly wings. On this site, woodduck is more than twice as expensive and you get way less than half as many feathers. Yes, woodduck is a better quality feather but if you don't want to spend tons of money to tie winged dry flies, get these. The woodduck tan color comes pretty close to the color of lemon woodduck flank feathers.

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Good feathers

Reviewer: A viewer from FORT COLLINS, CO USA

Use these as legs or gills on my nymphs. Great colors and quality. Not as many as I thought there would be, but still a good quality product.

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