Hareline Pseudo Hackle

Priced: $4.79 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Hareline Pseudo Hackle -
Ready to use out of the package. Trim one edge to shape, tie in and wind away. Manufactured out of bright tri-lobal fibers for a nice, bright sheen. Per 4-yard package.
Sizes: 1/2", 1-1/2".
Colors: Black, Brown, Chartreuse, Red, Clear White, Fluorescent Orange, Olive.
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Positive Reviews:

Excellent alternative to Natural Hackle

I was disappointed to see that this only has a 3-star rating as I've been using Pseudo Hackle for several years with good success and excellent results. Some previous comments are acknowledged in that it does take some getting used to. Depending upon how it's tied in, the barbs may want to project forward instead of backward...but it takes a little patience to get the knack! This IS synthetic so it has some pros and cons as compared to feathers. The only real cons I've seen are that a contrasting color hackle may look less attractive than a feather hackle because the cord is much thicker and is readily visible. That added thickness may knock down some of the chenille underbody, too, producing ribs…particularly with materials like Estaz. The upshot is that I've yet to have any trout tear it apart. Black hackle on a black bugger (or olive/olive, brown/brown) - you can't beat this stuff!
Flyfish5225 at Cabelas on 07/03/2013

fun alternative to hackle

Definitely harder to work with and it takes patience to get it to lay straight. The difficult part is not wrapping over the barbs as you wrap, because they want to lay out at an angle. You sort of have to be aware of the twist that occurs while wrapping and work against it. The colors are fun, and can be used effectively to create attractive and rugged wooly buggers.
Trota at Cabelas on 08/13/2011

A fun alternative

Pseudo hackle is a fun alternative when tying various flies. It did take some getting used to, but what material didn't? Many uses for the creative tyer.
Waveman47 at Cabelas on 11/12/2009

Negative Reviews:

Pseudo Hackle

Good luck getting this material to lay out as good as natural hackle. Product will be returned.
Streamer at Cabelas on 05/10/2010