Eunan Hendron

Eunan Hendron
Eunan Hendron

Eunan’s Streamers

#141 Sidewinder - Eunan Hendron
#141 Sidewinder - Eunan Hendron
#189 Korinary - Eunan Hendron
#189 Korinary – Eunan Hendron
#202 Titanic - Eunan Hendron
#202 Titanic – Eunan Hendron
#223 Wee Steelie - Eunan Hendron
#223 Wee Steelie – Eunan Hendron
#231 Gray Wolf's Queen of the Lake - Eunan Hendron
#231 Gray Wolf’s Queen of the Lake – Eunan Hendron
#261 Harlequin Streamer - Eunan Hendron
#261 Harlequin Streamer – Eunan Hendron
#338 Gray Wolf's Yellow Ghost - Eunan Hendron
#338 Gray Wolf’s Yellow Ghost – Eunan Hendron
#361 Grizzly Gray Ghost - Eunan Hendron
#361 Grizzly Gray Ghost – Eunan Hendron
#74-2013 - Brown Julie by Eunan Hendron
#74-2013 – Brown Julie by Eunan Hendron
#92-2013 - Gray Wolf's Llama Hair Chapman's Smelt by Eunan Hendron
#92-2013 – Gray Wolf’s Llama Hair Chapman’s Smelt by Eunan Hendron
#97-2013 - Sweeney Todd Variant by Eunan Hendron
#97-2013 – Sweeney Todd Variant by Eunan Hendron
Eunan Hendron 2014 Streamer Collection
Eunan Hendron 2014 Streamer Collection

Eunan’s Biography

I’ve been tying flies since I was about 10 or 11, a direct progression from fishing stillwater team competitions with my father as a young boy. I began tying classic flies (wet, streamer and atlantic salmon) towards the end of 2011, having never tied them before. A pretty steep learning curve, not for the feint of heart, but many thanks are due to the members of various forums who gave me tips and constructive criticism to aid my progression. There is something about the classics that totally sidetracks me (in a good way) from all the other fly tying I should be doing, and I love it. I don’t fish nearly as often as I’d like, and the flies I’ve submitted here are, for the most part, original patterns I’ve developed based on ideas about themes, materials and colors, rather than fish catching ability, however, I’m sure they would be successful fish catchers. I’ve tried to stick as true to the classic streamer style as possible while carrying over some ideas from classic wet flies and salmon flies.

Originally from Northern Ireland, I now call Philadelphia, PA home. I’m a working toward a PhD in Biochemistry, and I’ve a 1 year old daughter – hopefully she’ll be tying flies too before long!

Eunan’s Addicted to Vise blog

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  1. Thank you for taking an interest in my flies, I have had many pleasant moments while creating and tying my flies. It gives me great pleasure to see others tying and enjoying my patterns. BTW ( Nice job on the flies.)

    Gray Wolf Oquossoc Maine

  2. […] Eunan Hendron – I’ve been tying flies since I was about 10 or 11, a direct progression from fishing stillwater team competitions with my father as a young boy. I began tying classic flies (wet, streamer and atlantic salmon) towards the end of 2011, having never tied them before. A pretty steep learning curve, not for the feint of heart, but many thanks are due to the members of various forums who gave me tips and constructive criticism to aid my progression. Eunan’s Addicted to Vise blog [visit Eunan's streamer page on Streamers 365] […]

  3. […] Eunan Hendron – I’ve been tying flies since I was about 10 or 11, a direct progression from fishing stillwater team competitions with my father as a young boy. I began tying classic flies (wet, streamer and atlantic salmon) towards the end of 2011, having never tied them before. A pretty steep learning curve, not for the feint of heart, but many thanks are due to the members of various forums who gave me tips and constructive criticism to aid my progression. Eunan’s Addicted to Vise blog [visit Eunan's streamer page on Streamers 365] […]

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