Hareline Starling Skin

Starling Skin

by: Hareline | Item #: NM-790265-0000

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This is a great skin for soft hackle to tie wet flies, and lots of it for a reasonable price.


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Excellent Product

Reviewer: A viewer from Sister Bay, WI US

Great value and wonderful for tying wets. Found that they can also substitute for Jungle Cock eyes -- not perfect but for fishing flies a great, inexpensive alternative.

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Very nice looking feathers

Reviewer: A viewer from Little Elm, TX US

These are very nice looking feathers. I bought mine as a suggestion for a Jungle Cock replacement. I am very please and have really liked the look for shoulders since I do not want to spend hundreds of dollars on Jungle Cock. I think these are a really nice flashy substitute for Jungle Cock.

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a softhackle must have, especially for smaller sof

Reviewer: A viewer from Cumming, GA US

a softhackle must have, especially for smaller softhackles, but more obvious is the darker color. This is one of two softhackle essential products, the other being hungarian partridge in natural color. I love the Starling for blue wing olive subsurface imitations, various midge patterns, emergers, with the smaller feathers comes a wider variety of uses. now where can i find a smaller hungarian partridge skin for my size 22's? lol. :) Almost forgot, i use Starling & Patridge both for leg's on nymphs depending on if i need a light or a dark color.

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great soft hackles

Reviewer: A viewer from Clarks Summit, PA US

if you want to tie small soft hackles, this stuff is a must. Nice small feathers (I've used these down to a #22), and a lot of them for an unbelievable price.

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Good Small Feathers

Reviewer: A viewer from Woodstock, GA US

But mine was kind of gross. Came with a bunch of dandruff looking stuff. The feathers seem to be in good shape and it doesn't smell, so I dusted as much off as I could and keep it segregated from the rest of my feathers. <i>J. Stockard FF Comment: Bird skins sometimes are lightly sprinkled with powder, which has been applied in the prepartaion process to absorb excess oils. Usually nearly all the powder has been removed before packaging, but it does not cause a probelm if it is left on the skin.</i>

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