Founded 1994 by Armand Courchaine
From Harold McMillan's article in Fly Fisherman, May 2009
Tying Spinner wings with Snow Shoe Rabbit's Hair
1. Cut a small clump of longer fibers from the bottom of the rabbit's foot, stroke out the underfur, and use a hair stacker to even the tips.
2. Wind the thread from the eye halfway down the shank, then wrap back halfway again. Measure the fibers against the hook shank for a length equal to the space between the barb and the eye. With the tips pointing forward, tie in and post the fibers upright.
5. Use figure-eight wraps to divide and lock the wings in place. They should sit slightly elevated and at 90 degrees to the hook shank. Wrap over the remaining butt ends, creating a clean, tapered body. End your windings at the hook barb. You will manipulate the wings into their final positions when you dub the thorax in the final step.