The ILFF Indian Hen Neck Cape – Dyed
The Indian Hen Cape feathers come from the Turrall Indian hen neck (non-genetic) and can be used on a wide variety of flies offering great value to the fly tyer. The hen neck feathers are softer than cock and webby and are popular for use on any fly that requires hackles including streamer patterns, spiders, emergers and dries. Use for palmered hackles, parachutes and others. Also good for use as wings and tails. For dry flies, they usually have enough small feathers to tie down to #16’s, but be ready to use two hackles to fill out the collar and the stems may be a bit stiff.
- Ideal for wet and dry fly tying.
- Also use for streamer patterns, wings, hackle and tail patterns.
- One hen neck cape per pack.
- Good amount of usable feathers.
- Approximately 17cm length x 10cm width.
DISCLAIMER – Please read before purchase: As these are a natural material, each product will have a variation in colour and size. Whilst the picture is a representation of the neck cape ILFF accepts no liability and offers no guarantee for the amount of feathers per piece or for variations in colour due to the nature of the products.