Published Jan 3. 2022 - 4 months ago
Updated or edited Jan 5. 2022

Black Cormorant

The story goes this fly was first used by a young angler in a youth fly fishing competition.
The fly has many variations from the original which was simply a peacock herl body and black marabou wing.
This fly seems more popular in still water but I see it as also promising for rivers. The fly has qualities of a streamer and a classic wet fly and in small sizes like the 14 in my video.

The variation that caught my eye is from Makflies. Here is the link to his video. https://youtu.be/u2XK8A1_I1E

Recipe:
Hook: nymph hook 14 & up
Thread: black
Body: peacock herl
Rib: red tinsel
Wing: black marabou

Originator: 
Submitter: 
Adam Rieger
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