They sell dries which have tails and fore and aft hackle with the little wing, then they sell beadheads, which also have fore and aft hackle, but some of them have the "aft" in the middle. Then they also have soft hackles in the same style. I think the turkey would be fine for the larger sizes, but the pheasant looks a little closer in the smaller sizes, except the store-bought flies are in a grayer color wing. I found some interesting "biot" feathers on the pheasant wings, too. Thinner than goose or turkey biots and speckled.