With these Ewing Wooly Bugger packs you get many feathers for multiple purpose. Use the feathers for hackles on the Wooly bugger fly, and for hackles on your coastal flies. They are also often used as body hackles on salmon flies.
Individual tails have short crinkly hairs.
Commonly used for wings on dry flies (Wulff's Trudes. parachutes posts, etc. or wings on wet flies).
Calf tail hair is an essential material for tying split-wing dry flies such as Wulffs, bonefish fly patterns, and smaller trout flies requiring finer, more crinkly hair than bucktail.
The Ringneck Pheasant Skin offers a lot of different possibilities and is a must-have on the tying bench. Its fine feathers in various colors and shades are used to imitate legs on nymphs or as a hackle on spider patterns and other wet flies. Its feathers are often used on the 'Peeping Caddis' nymph or as wings for adult sedges.