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Hungarian Partridge JV Hen Skin

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  • Mayfly Nymph dubbed the "Clearwater Special" by Pro Staff member Lee Blanton.
Hungarian Partrdige JV Hen
0.25 LBS
$7.00 (Fixed shipping cost)
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Product Description

We are proud to offer a product that is exclusive to Clearwater Hackle, our Hungarian Partridge JV Hen skin. This new line of bird got it's name because it is a great substitute for the real Hungarian Partridge, which is a beautiful bird but with feather stems that are difficult to wrap.

The fish love these feathers.They are great for nymphs, caddis, and many other flies, as well as legs, beards, and wings. The skin will have hundreds, if not thousands of feathers. 

Update: We are currently sold out in JV. We still have a small amount in Mature Hen skins. Same great quality of feather! We will have more JV available summer 2014.

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  1. Perfect Soft Hackle 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Feb 2014

    This product is amazing for not only soft hackles and a partridge substitute but it is also amazing for tailing fibers and collars. It is unbelievably easy to tie with and produces perfect collars every time.

    If you tie with this you will never try to wrap partridge again, I promise you that. This is just what we needed.

  2. The Dog ate the fisrt one. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Feb 2014

    I recenty ordered the Hungarian Partridge and a Dark Dun. I tied 6 flies with the Partridge and left it on my bench. My 2-year old Black Lab, Bentley, found it tasty and ate The Whole Thing! I now have tied several dozen with both necks and am really pleased. The size range is incredible and the colors and flexibility of the stem is the best. Well done!