The wings of the
woodcock are one of the fundamental materials for those who love to tie
wet flies. Their particular mottling and softness make them perfect for making many models of soft hackle flies of the
North Country tradition.
The feathers can be taken from the bottom or top of the shoulder and both have different color and mottling. With sections of the primary feathers, on the other hand, classic wet fly wings are created. Essential for the wet fly lover. The upper shoulder feathers can substitute owl feathers to create the Brown Owl fly.