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  1. Hareline Rabbit Fur Strips
    Special Price $1.99 - $3.49 was $3.49
  2. Wapsi Pine Squirrel Zonker Strips
    $4.99 - $5.99
  3. Hareline Magnum Rabbit Fur Strips
    $3.29 - $3.49
  4. Hareline Finn Raccoon Zonker Strips
    Special Price $4.69 - $5.89 was $5.89
  5. Hareline Moose Body Hair
  6. Hareline UV2 Calf Tail
    Special Price $5.99 - $6.99 was $6.99
  7. Hareline Sculpin Wool
    Special Price $3.49 - $3.99 was $3.99
  8. Fish-Skull Faux Bucktail
  9. Hareline Calf Tails
    $5.09 - $5.99
  10. Wapsi Mink Zonker Strips
    $3.99 - $4.49
  11. Spirit River UV2 Sculpin Wool
    Special Price $2.49 - $2.79 was $2.79
  12. Hareline Ozzie Possum Fur
    Special Price $2.49 - $2.99 was $2.99
  13. Hareline Petite Bucktail
  14. Hareline Black-Barred Rabbit Fur Strips
    Special Price $4.49 - $4.99 was $4.99
  15. Spirit River UV2 Elk Hair
  16. Wapsi Elk Body Hair
    Special Price $2.49 - $3.99 was $2.49 - $3.99
  17. Hareline Arctic Fox Hair
    $4.89 - $4.99
  18. Hareline Mink Strips
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If you're new to fly tying, you may be wondering what materials to use in order to create realistic and effective patterns. Here, we'll take a look at some of the most popular fly tying hair and fur, including bucktail, rabbit fur, and rabbit strips. By the end of this post, you should have a good idea of which material will work best for your needs.

Bucktail - Bucktail is one of the most popular materials used in fly tying, and for good reason. Bucktail is incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of different patterns. When used properly, bucktail can create a very realistic fly that fish will find hard to resist.

Rabbit Fur - Rabbit fur is another popular material among fly tyers. Rabbit fur is often used in nymph patterns and streamers. Rabbit fur can be used to create a variety of different effects, from slimy to furry.

Rabbit Strips - Rabbit strips are similar to rabbit fur, but they are much thinner and easier to work with. Rabbit strips are often used in streamer patterns. They are also a good choice for beginners as they are easier to work with than some of the other materials on this list.

There are a lot of different materials that you can use when tying flies. In this article, we've only looked at three of the most popular options: bucktail, rabbit fur, and rabbit strips. Each material has its own unique properties and uses. As you experiment with different materials, you'll start to develop a feel for which ones work best for your needs.