Hare Rabbit Feet Foot

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Snowshoe or Patagonian Hare Feet / Foot

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Hare Rabbit Feet Foot

Snowshoe or Patagonia Hare Feet are available

Hare’s feet have very long, coarse hair, perfect for parachutes, dubbing and spinning.

Video: Tying Tip Snowshoe Rabbit Foot

Also see Hare Patches

Snowshoe rabbit feet are a popular material for fly tying, especially for dry flies. The fur from the feet is translucent and floats very well, making it an ideal wing material for comparadun style flies. The fur is also very soft and can be used to create a variety of effects, from delicate caddisflies to bulky mayflies.

One of the most common ways to use patagonia hare foot for fly tying is to use the feet as wing posts. This is a great way to create a realistic wing that floats well and is easy to see. To do this, simply cut a small section of fur from the foot and tie it in place with your thread. You can then trim the fur to the desired shape.

Another way to use snowshoe rabbit for fly tying is to use the fur as dubbing. This is a great way to create a soft, buggy body for your fly. To do this, simply pull a small tuft of fur from the body of the rabbit and dub it onto your thread. You can then use this dubbing to create a variety of different bodies, from simple to complex.

Snowshoe rabbit feet can also be used to create tails, legs, and antennae for your flies. It is a versatile material that can be used to create a variety of different effects.

Here are some tips for using Hare Rabbit Feet Foot for fly tying:

Use the fur from the feet for wing posts. This is the most common way to use snowshoe rabbit.
Use the fur from the body of the rabbit for dubbing. This is a great way to create a soft, buggy body for your fly.
Use the fur from the tail of the rabbit for tails, legs, and antennae.
Trim the fur to the desired shape.
Be careful not to over-dubbing, as this can make your fly too bulky.

Snowshoe hare foot is a great material for fly tying. It is versatile, easy to use, and floats well. If you are looking for a material to create realistic, buggy flies, then snowshoe rabbit is a great option.

Here are some examples of flies that you can tie with snowshoe rabbit:

Comparadun dry flies
Caddisflies
Mayflies
Midges
Streamers
Nymphs

No matter what type of fly you are tying, snowshoe rabbit can be a great addition to your fly tying materials. So next time you are at the fly shop, be sure to pick up some snowshoe rabbit and give it a try.