Northern bucktail is a popular material used in fly tying, particularly for creating streamer flies and other patterns that require long, coarse, and durable fibers. Bucktail comes from the white-tailed deer, and Northern bucktail typically refers to the hair from deer found in the northern United States and Canada. It is prized for its natural buoyancy, ability to shed water, and versatility in creating a wide range of fly patterns.
Dyed bucktail is a popular material for fly tying, especially when you want to create flies with specific color patterns or imitate various prey species. Bucktail is a coarse, hollow hair from the tails of deer, and it’s widely used in fly tying due to its buoyancy, durability, and ability to shed water. Dyed bucktail comes in a variety of colors and can be used to create a wide range of fly patterns.
Northern bucktail is a versatile material that can be used to tie a wide range of streamer and saltwater flies. Experiment with different colors and lengths to create effective imitations of baitfish and other prey.
Usually available in the following colors: Black | Bright Purple | Brown | Camel | Chartreuse | Dark Blue | Fl. Blue | Fl. Cerise | Fl. Yellow | Forest Green | Gray Ghost | Hot Orange | Hot Pink | Lavender | Light Blue | Light Pink | Lime Green | Lt. Olive | Olive | Purple | Red | Root Beer | Rust | Sunburst Yellow | Tan | White | Yellow/Olive
Usually available in the following sizes: Large | Medium | Petite