Published Nov 23. 2015 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 27. 2018

Hendrickson Dry Fly

Uncle John is back! I'm happy to turn the vise over to my Great Uncle John for his tying of the traditional Hendrickson, Catskill-style. My uncle does a great job showing many fly tying techniques during the procedures section, and then I spend the final part of the video asking him questions related to the Hendrickson, fly tying, and fly fishing. I hope you enjoy watching this one as much as I enjoyed making it.

Thanks go out to Allen Fly Fishing for the use of their D103BL fly tying hooks; you can find those hooks and more at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d103bl-dry-fly-nymph-1xl-barbless/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Uncle John loves to tie and fish this pattern; we'd love to hear from you regarding your favorite dry fly patterns; please comment below. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

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