Published Nov 23. 2020 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Nov 24. 2020

Blue Hallelujah

Jim Wynn was a river-keeper on the Wharfe river in Yorkshire, UK.
He modified many of the classic patterns to include some more modern materials like tinsel and various lacquers.

Blue Hallalujah
Hook - Partridge barbless dry fly hook size 12.
Thread - blue pearsall gossamer silk
Body - half orange tinsel and half blue macaw herl
Hackle - Hooded Crow (I substituted a light dun Mallard covert).

Adam Rieger

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