Cabela's Dry Fly Necks

Priced: $39.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Dry Fly Necks -
Cabela's Dry Fly Necks are an excellent value and with quality you would expect from higher priced necks. All are relatively free of web, stiff and small enough to tie down to size 18 hooks. The tips are rounded enough to make excellent wings on Adams and other patterns that call for hackle tip wings.
Colors: Grizzly, Blue Dun, Black, Dark Dun, Coachman Brown, Brown, Ginger Variant, Cream, Barred Olive, Ginger.
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Cabela's Dry Fly Necks Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good feathers, good buy

Gave these a try and am glad I did.
Good colors for the most part ( The grizzly's are on the dark side) and the ones I've gotten have had a good size range.
Most of the flies I tie range from 18's to 10's and these have worked out fine, and at the sale price are hard to beat.
wtfrwrd at Cabelas on 12/21/2011

Great value, small feathers

I purchased a grizzly neck and was able to tie a few flies down to size 26. Most of the feathers were between size 10 and 18. I have since ordered another grizzly plus a brown, black and dun. All of the necks have high quality feathers in sizes 10-20.
Flytieflyfish at Cabelas on 12/04/2010

Good value

I have purchased these necks in the past. Quality is good, average feather count, the stem is strong with minimal breakage. Recommend these highly!
Steve33 at Cabelas on 03/09/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Not all that great

This hackle is ok at best. I find it to be on the dry and brittle side, but you can't expect too much from a Cabela's brand hackle, I mean it's not whiting or metz for sure. I bought this hackle because there was nothing else there and I needed a neck. I probable will just stick to whiting 100 packs or a higher grade hackle. If you tie a lot don't waste your time.
troutjunky at Cabelas on 02/09/2012