|Orange & Herl Sakasa Kebari|
|Pearsall's silk thread|
|Uni-Thread 6/0 various colors|
|Snowshoe Rabbit Feet|
The only other items you need are head cement, dubbing wax, and hooks. Each of these may cost $5-$7. Fly tying tools are also necessary, of course. My recommendation for these would be to buy a simple beginners set, such as those available at Cabela's ($25-$40) then as you progress (become more obsessed) with time go for those more expensive vises and tools. Don't drop a huge amount of dough until you know this is what you want to do. Remember start simple, pick flies that will be easier to tie and useful in more fishing circumstances, and get the most bang for your buck, pick materials that will allow for either a greater variety of flies or large amount of flies. Until later...Happy Tying!