Published Jul 7. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#189 - Korinary

Korinary - Eunan Hendron Tied by: Eunan Hendron Originated by: Eunan Hendron Hook: Allen S401 #4 6xl Thread: Black Body: Red floss Rib: Flat pearl...

#189 Korinary - Eunan Hendron #189 Korinary - Eunan Hendron


Tied by: Eunan Hendron
Originated by: Eunan Hendron

Hook: Allen S401 #4 6xl
Thread: Black
Body: Red floss
Rib: Flat pearl mylar
Belly: White bucktail
Throat: Yellow schlappen
Wing, Married slips of kori bustard, red and yellow goose shoulder
Head: Black

Notes: Eunan wanted to tie a slip wing fly after seeing Stewart's Hawk featured. So with some kori bustard at hand he married in some yellow and red goose to see how it looked. From these colors came the name and the rest of the fly; yellow gave the nary part, from canary, and when combined with the kori bustard, well, Korinary. The red also reminded Eunan of blood and thus the gruesome serendipitous name is shared with the serious heart condition.
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Great work there Eunan!

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This is an amazing fly Eunan Thank you for sharing it with us...

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Gary and Kelly,

Thanks for the comments, it was a fun little project devising that fly.

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well done. tying skill, proportions, flow...

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Thanks Ted. I just got invited to tie at the symposium this fall, I think i'll submit this pattern for the frame.

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