The ORIGINAL spey feather (other than the extinct Spey Cock). If you have tied with Heron
substitutes like Rhea or Blue Eared Pheasant, you will quickly notice how much better the original
is.  

These feathers are processed  through a very gentle bleaching process. The feathers are lightened up
before they are dyed, this gives us the ability to not only create a brighter colour, it also allows us
to take the very fine "fuzz" off of the barbs. Many tyers use these finer plumes as toppings on
tubes or very fine collars for shrimp and prawn patterns. The overall length of these plumes is
between 4-7 inches from tip to tip.

Please click on the small pictures to see the amazing beauty of the feathers....
The Canadian Tube Fly Company
$4.95 per package of five
Colour
Burnt Heron
$17.99 per super package of twenty
Colour
Available in regular Packs (5 feathers) or at a
discounted rate for Super Packs (20 feathers)
Feather barbs have a very slight profile, perfect for legs and feelers on
prawn and shrimp flies too. Below is Burnt Heron on our
"Brass Eyed Prawn"
Above is the Burnt Heron, below is our Natural Heron. You
quickly will notice that the barbs on the Bunt Heron are very
light compared to the natural.....perfect for toppings and very
fine collars on both tube and hooks.
For your best value, we also offer an
assortment of all ten colours (five
feathers each) for a discounted price.
$41.99 per super assortment package of fifty plumes (5 of each colour)
The overall length of these
plumes is between 4-7
inches from tip to tip.
Packages come in mixed
sizes, though we can often
accommodate those looking
for a certain size if you
give us a call (supply
permitting)
The Heron feathers we
offer come from a bird
within the Heron family
that is very plentiful in
its area of the world.

They are not listed on
the
Migratory Birds  
Conventions Act  
(Canada) and are legal  
to purchase and posses  
under Canadian law.
This species is also
NOT
listed as a protected
species in the United
States under
The  
Migratory Bird Treaty  
Act (USA).

This Heron is also not
on the
CITES List
(Convention on
International Trade in  
Endangered Species).  
Under
International
law they are  
completely  legal to
import.

We have sent these
feathers to
customers in over 25  
different countries.