The Ray Bergman Collection – 98) Edrington

Ray Bergman Collection — By on May 10, 2011 10:03 am

Tip: None
Tail: None
Ribbing: Black floss *
Body: Orange chenille
Hackle: Brown
Wing: White-tipped black turkey

* On chenille bodies it is advisable to use two strands of floss (twisted) for the ribbing.

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4 Comments

  1. David Edrington says:

    I tie a longer shank, weighted version of this fly and it’s been successful with Deschutes Steelhead. I also think I might know the origin of the name if you’re interested.

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  2. Don Bastian says:

    Sure David, I would be very interested in the origin of this name, sorry it took me so long to notice your comment here, thank you!
    Don

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  3. ches edrington says:

    so, what is the origin of this name?

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  4. Don Bastian says:

    I actually do not know the name origin of this fly, but a guess would be from someone with your same last name…;-)

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