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Color: Brown
Color: Brown
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Color: Brown
Color: Cream
Color: Grizzly
Color: Dyed Grizzly/Olive

Metz #2 Micro-Barb Saddle

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$49.99

Deep, natural consistent colors and long, flexible stems are the Metz trademark. Stringent breeder selection coupled with strict grading procedures, guarantees top quality hackle, every time. Using a quality genetic hackle ensures that each dry fly tied is high floating and durable. Metz Micro-Barb Saddles have nice long hackles allowing you to get multiple flies from each one.

4 Available Colors
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Brown
Brown
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1
$49.99
Cream
Cream
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1
$49.99
Dyed Grizzly/Olive
Dyed Grizzly/Olive
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$49.99
Grizzly
Grizzly
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5
$49.99
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Deep, natural consistent colors and long, flexible stems are the Metz trademark. Stringent breeder selection coupled with strict grading procedures, guarantees top quality hackle, every time. Using a quality genetic hackle ensures that each dry fly tied is high floating and durable. Metz Micro-Barb Saddles have nice long hackles allowing you to get multiple flies from each one.

  • Metz #2 Micro-Barb Saddles come in the #2 grade

Metz #2 Micro-Barb Saddles are made in the U.S.A.

Customer Reviews
Ken
Feathers Sized right   (from prior model)
Pros: Great quality, Price, Consistent feather sizes
Best Uses: Small dry flies for trout
Comments: These feathers are as advertised and are the best I've seen in awhile. Good quantity on the saddle, also. The colors and pattern are nice, too. Barbules are great for tying ultra small dries. Hard to get so this product does the job nicely.
Eastern Nova Scotia Canada
Hoveydog
Awesome product and superfast shipping.   (from prior model)
Pros: Great quality
Best Uses: Great for bomber flys
Comments: Nice size. Long enough to get several flys from one feather.
Newbrunswick,Canada
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