|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.
Our Natural Heron is the premium feathers that have been dyed over the natural
chocolate colour. The dye jobs are strong, though they are covering a darker colour in
Our natural Heron is the premium feathers that have been dyed over the natural most
cases. This gives the feathers a natural looking transition where the bright dye chocolate
colour. The dye jobs are strong, though they are covering a darker colour in colour is
very evident at the base of the plume and the colour gets darker as you move up the
feather. These are the plumes you are after if you are wrapping these as traditional spey
plumes. The stems are very supple and the feather quality is fantastic!
Please click on the small pictures to see the amazing beauty of the feathers....
|Silver Doctor Blue
|Feather barbs still have the soft "fluff"
|Dyed colours go from bright at the base to
darker as you move up the feather fora a
|These super premium feathers are available in regular Packs (5 feathers), at
discounted rate for Super Packs (20 feathers), or you can order a full assortment of
nine colours (5 of each) for the best savings.
|On the left is the Natural Heron, to the right is our Bleached Heron. You quickly will
notice that the barbs on the Naural heron have much more body to them....perfect
for traditional Spey Patterns and ideal for wrapping.
|For your best value, we also offer an
assortment of nine colours (five
feathers each) for a discounted price.
|NEW! - We are
now in a medium
These plumes come in packs of 12 and
are perfect as spey plumes on size 2,
3, 4, and smaller hooks. They are
fantastic for webby looking trout
|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
(Canada) and are
legal to purchase and
Canadian law. This
species is also NOT
listed as a protected
species in the United
States under The
Migratory Bird Treaty
This Heron is also not
on the CITES List
International Trade in
Under International law
they are completely
legal to import.
We have sent these
feathers to customers
in over 25 different