Published Feb 3. 2021 - 2 months ago
Updated or edited Feb 3. 2021

Thorax Dun - Marinaro Style

The Thorax Dun a la Vincent Marinaro from “The Modern Dry Fly Code”
This is a fly designed for selective trout that have keyed onto duns. The wings and their silhouette on the surface are the main focus. The X pattern of the hackle is to ensure the wings and the fly ride level on the water.
I deviated from the book method in two ways. First, I used burnt wings and second I tied the tail in using a different method.
The tail tying method is from Eric Austin. Here is a link to that method.

http://traditionalflies.com/index.php?splittails

Here is his video on the pattern.

https://youtu.be/2xy8GJu-euU

Here are other videos of the pattern better than mine.

https://youtu.be/A0knQRO92no

https://youtu.be/lnlTGjbh2iU

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Submitter: 
Adam Rieger
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