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Reader: "What Is a Waddington Shank?"

June 25, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

If you’re not a steelheader or Atlantic salmon angler, you probably haven’t heard of a Waddington Shank. One of our readers wanted to know how it is used in tying and fishing, and Phil Monahan obliges with a detailed description of this progenitor to the tube fly.