#247 – Senator Kilkelly

#247 Senator Kilkelly - Charlie Mann

#247 Senator Kilkelly – Charlie Mann

Tied by: Charles Mann
Originated by: Charles Mann

Hook: Mustad B-17 #2
Thread: White
Body: White pearl ribbon floss with a middle band of red fluorescent thread
Throat: Pink marabou followed by fuchsia marabou
Underwing: Pink bucktail followed by pink crystal flash
Wing: 4 pink hackles
Shoulder: Bronze mallard
Head: Pearl E-Z body

Notes: Charlie designed this fly for Senator Kilkelly, while working for the Department of Inland Fish and Wildlife as the Volunteer Coordinator. Senator Kilkelly was a large contributor to the Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs program for children while serving as a State Senator. Researching records shows that The Senator Kilkelly fly is the first fly named after a State Senator.

Charlie Mann Streamers Charlie Mann – I started tying fly’s after receiving a fly tying kit for Christmas in 1960, while stationed in Thule, Greenland. I’m self taught an have been tying for over 50 years. During the 50 years of tying I have tried to specialize in tying tandem and single hook streamers. Also I have developed a passion for tying Atlantic style salmon hair-wings. This has been a wonderful relaxing hobby for me. I have designed several streamer patterns, and many hair-wing patterns.
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3 Responses to #247 – Senator Kilkelly

  1. marge kilkelly says:

    Hi charlie, just saw this online. Can I purchase another framed Senator Kilkelly for my office wall in DC? Thanks so much. Great memories. Marge Kilkelly

  2. Charles Mann says:

    Thanks for your comments, however Senator Kilkelly is a women.

  3. Jim Bennett says:

    Nice tye and a nice gesture to an honourable man..

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