202 - white, dyed salmon
Whiting Spey Rooster Capes have a lots of hackles with very long stem, from 3-5 inches, which again have long fibers from 2-4 inches. These fibers are very thin and mobile, and make the fly very attractive to any feeding fish. The Whiting Spey Rooster hackles tie perfect shrimp and squid patterns for salmon and steelhead, but are great for saltwaterflies as well. In particual Midgar Snapping Shrimp has been a killer for Bonefish everywhere. These necks are available in natural white and grizzly, which again are dyed in a wide range of colors.