The Muskrat is not a rattus or the common rat despite his
name. He is a water dweller with a natural greasy hair who
lives in Northern Europe and North America. The hair is
very soft and dense, excellent for dry fly bodies and has
a deep shine.
dyeing process does not remove these qualities.
guard hairs make excellent tails for caddis's and nymphs
as they will not break and normally can be bent to over
90 degrees without damage and carry a deep natural shine
that is suitable for most insects or creatures we try to
Talon Muskrat furs are from captive breed animals with the
difference in fur being is that the quality can be closely
controlled and genetic methods used to developed a near