High-quality fly-tying materials are essential for tying any fly pattern: we offer a large and well-rounded selection of only the best. Our collection of fly-tying materials has something to offer tyers of all abilities. Browse our fly-tying materials and find exactly what you need to tie a variety of freshwater dry flies and nymphs.
To easily achieve a more realistic buggy effect, explore our collection of fly-tying dubbing. This is a must-have material for adding life to nymphs and buoyancy to dries. Take your fly tying one step further—silicone legs are a superb tying material for adding legs to nymphs, foam dry fly patterns, poppers, and crab flies. Made from 100% silicone, these tying legs will not degrade when exposed to UV light.
Bring life to your favourite nymphs and streamers with our New Age Chenille. Similar to variegated tinsel chenille, this tying material offers more hot colour options and is a fantastic tying material for creating steelhead flies as well as streamers. Our premium fly-tying feathers and synthetics are ideal for creating spey flies, streamers, and saltwater patterns. Add realistic strike-inducing motion to your baitfish flies with our assortment of EP Fibers. A must-have material for saltwater flies, these fibres provide flash, sparkle, and semi-translucence. EP Fibers are incredibly lightweight and add maximum fish-attracting motion to all saltwater flies.
In synthetics we also offer Z-Lon, Super Hair, Flashabou, Krystal Flash, and more. Our premium grade marabou feathers are an essential material for adding lifelike movement to your baitfish imitations. Best used for tying saltwater flies and streamers, our marabou comes in several colours and will absolutely give your flies the action you need to produce more fish. Get your baitfish patterns in the strike zone faster with our selection of fish skulls. The fish skull is a weighted head with a realistic baitfish profile and specifically designed for tying innovative freshwater and saltwater streamer patterns. Explore our entire collection of fly-tying materials and find exactly what you need to create innovative, high-quality fresh and saltwater fly patterns.