I collected this male Hendrickson dun and a female in the pool on the Beaverkill where the popular Hendrickson pattern was first created. He is descended from mayfly royalty.
This mayfly was collected from the Beaverkill River on April 19th, 2006 and added to Troutnut.com on April 22nd, 2006.
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My First Hendrickson Hatch 1 Reply »
Posted by MarkP
on May 19, 2012
Last reply on May 22, 2012 by Entoman
Got to experience my first hatch of these flies on a stream where they aren't listed as having them present. Didn't last too long. Took place at 9:30 am and lasted about 30 minutes. Fish didn't rise to them during the hatch but I couldn't keep them off of a #18 BWO later in the day. ReplyUnit of Measure
Look at the ruler. There are 10 clicks to a number.ReplyHendrickson size 2 Replies »
I believe that we are looking at millimeters, not inches,
Looking at the fifth photo from the top (the one with the ruler under the fly), it would appear that if you were to rotate the fly just a bit to the left, it would show that the fly is over one inch (25mm) long. That would make it twice as long as any Hendrickson I have ever seen. The average Hendrickson (to the best of my knowledge) is usually around 10-12mm (or about 1/2 inch), hook size 10-12. The hook size just doesn't seem to fit either. Where am I going wrong when looking at this fly (and hook)?
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