Orange Heron Intruder Fly

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Orange Heron Intruder Fly – by Kevin Hospodar

A variation of the Orange Heron spey fly and the Intruder. Tied on a 45mm waddington shank, this is an unweighted fly to be swung for Steelhead.

This isn’t an Intruder in the true sense of the pattern, but rather a mash-up of the classic Orange Heron fly and the large profile stylings of Intruders.

Orange Heron Intruder
45mm Partridge Waddington Shank
sz4 Partridge Z4 Intruder hook
Body – Orange Yarn with gold tinsel Tag/rib
Wing – Temple dog
Shoulder – Tented Jungle Cock
Hackle1 – Orange lady amhurst tail fibers
Hackle2 – Dark Purple Heron

See more from Kevin here – http://hatchesmagazine.com/blogs/Hatches/tag/kevin-hospodar/

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  1. Jerry R Bristol says:

    Like. Can’t wait to tie and try. Manistee River Mi.

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  2. Dave riding says:

    Nice fly, well tied might give one a try but dressed with different colours for Atlantic salmon in England.

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