About the Light Hendrickson Trout Fly
The Light Hendrickson, as the name suggests is a variant of the Hendrickson and was devised by Art Flick in the 1940s to imitate the Ephemerella Subvaria.
This example incorporates Flick's use of urine burned belly fur fron the vixen red fox, dubbed to produce a slightly more pale and pinkish body.
Creator of this trout fly: Art Flick
Tier of this trout fly: Dave Brandt
Country of origin for this trout fly: America - Catskills
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : 12-16.
- Thread : Light tan.
- Tail : Dun hackle barbs.
- Wing : Lemon flank from wood duck.
- Body : Urine burned red fox belly fur.
- Hackle : Dun hackle.
An alternative for the wing is dye mallard.
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