Cabela's Keough Tyer's Grade Hackle

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Cabela's Keough Tyer's Grade Hackle -
Elite-grade hackle at an affordable price. Feathers possess all the features of a Grade 1. Tying-friendly attributes include flexible stems, great barb density and excellent feather counts. Hackle ties from size 4 to 22. Available in popular colors for dry flies. Per each. Made in USA.
Colors: (001)Grizzly, (002)Brown, (003)Cream, (004)Light Dun, (005)Medium Dun, (006)Ginger, (007)Black, (008)Olive/Grizzly.
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Cabela's Keough Tyer's Grade Hackle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

great necks

i'v been doing some investigating with hackle and from what i see this hackle it has the stiffness of good hacke with little web and decent barble density good wrapability and consistant stems and the dying was good to compares well to a pro grade whiting only a little shorter feather at this price stock up definatly nicer then the cabelas necks and worth the cost
culhanetyl at Cabelas on 03/13/2011

Keough Hackles the best iv'e seen so far

I am new to fly tying and just bought 3 of these and wished that I would have got 5 or 6 of them mow the feathers are long and limber I can wrap them easy and get 2 flies out of 1 hackle most of the time
9rumpy0ldman at Cabelas on 06/07/2012

Neutral Reviews:

For larger flies

I bought this as a first time buyer of dry fly hackle in whole. I find the product very usable however it is mostly for the larger flies (12 and larger). I was hard pressed to find something for 16 and 18 size TMC 100's. If I did not live at 8500 ft in Colorado, it would be a much more desireable product. I do a lot of trimming and so far the trout have not complained so I am not. Just a heads up for the next guy. The fish is the ultimate judge of one's tying ability.
myergler at Cabelas on 07/13/2012