Hareline Extra Select Craft Fur



Extra Select Craft Fur from Hareline is a must-have material for any angler’s fly tying kit. This high-quality craft fur is widely used in many saltwater and streamer fly patterns and has become popular due to its remarkable durability and natural look. The material comes in a wide range of colors, which guarantees that every angler can find the perfect shade that matches their specific fly tying needs.

Craft fur is a versatile material that can be used for tying flies. This craft fur has fibers long enough for the largest saltwater and freshwater patterns. You can even use the 'underfur' as a dubbing. The fibers move in the water currents, creating a lifelike movement that can attract even the most wary fish. This Hareline Extra Select Craft Fur is durable in harsh conditions like saltwater. Durability ensures your flies will perform as expected, keeping their shape throughout the day. With over 30 colors, you can find exactly the color you need. Each piece measures approximately 5" x 5".

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Jon Self-Self Outdoor Guide Service
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Bill P.
Go-to material for bonefish flies

Excellent material for bonefish flies since it has a lot of movement in the water and it also doubles up for some awesome dubbing too!

Tim S.
Great movement

I have been substituting craft fur for bucktail - such as on surf candies. It gives better movement in the water, and holds up longer that natural materials. In fact, this stuff is indestructable. The Extra Select version is longer and offers top notch quality.

Marty E.
Easy To Use

Very easy to tie streamers and Clousers with. Good movement in the water!

Simon S.

Gary LaFontaine used this material to make dubbed bodies for his very successful cranefly larva. This pattern is especially effective during periods of high, but not too discolored, water. The fibers are quite long, so it pays to cut them a bit shorter before dubbing.