Published Feb 29. 2024 - 1 month ago
Updated or edited Feb 29. 2024

Leisenring’s Hare’s Ear

This is #7 of Leisenring’s Favorite Fly Patterns listed in “The Art of Tying The Wet Fly”.

7. Hare's Ear:
Hook: 13, 14
Silk: primrose yellow
Hackle: none; a few fibers of dubbing picked out for legs
Tail: two or three fibers from mottled feather of wood or mandarin Duck
Rib: narrow gold Tinsel
Body: fur from lobe or base of hare’s ear spun on primrose silk
Wings: English Woodcock secondaries with buff tips.


Adam Rieger

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